The copper with the stone and the pool are a great combination. The copper will only get more interesting as the patina changes with age.
Let's look at this one close up.
This rill draws the eye up to the sculpture. Note the way it's sited at the edge of the lawn.
This was on the Modern Atlanta House Tour. The trough-like fountain and pool are placed so cleverly at the edge of the house and the patio. This architect clearly had a great grasp on materials and had a lot of fun doing unexpected things with them.
This work plays with showing reflection in several different ways.
This is a traditional, axial plan, where the fountain is the folly and focal point.
I fear this picture might have an Unhappy Hipsters caption in its future, but personally I really like the fountain!
I love the colorful Latin feel of this fountain and garden.
There's a good mix of more natural looking materials and modern materials here.
This fountain is perfect in the center of the courtyard. Everything else in the design radiates out from it.
This fountain has a colorful tile backsplash - you don't see this very often outdoors.
A modern oasis in the desert.
A gorgeous cobalt urn is unexpectedly oversized. It's a great piece of the view.