Waterfalls Take Over NYC, Show Us Your Photos
What's more refreshing than a waterfall on a hot Brooklyn day? How about four? In one of the most expansive public art projects in New York City's history, artist Olafur Eliasson has constructed four giant waterfalls around the East River made out of scaffolding and water pumps. The installation will be up through the end of the summer, and we want to see photos from our readers who pay the sites a visit.
Use the Reddit widget below to submit your NYC waterfalls photo and vote for your favorite among the other submissions. Some of the submissions will later appear in a gallery on the Wired.com homepage.
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