I was originally planning to go home immediately after photographing the lighting display at Yonge St. and Scrivener Square. This waterfall, however, put the lie to that idea.
At the top is a seesaw which fills up with water about every minute. When this happens, the seesaw tips over and the water falls as illustrated in the above picture. Thanks to Legs, Millie and experimenting with shutter speed and aperture settings, it only looks as if water constantly falls from the seesaw.
There's no telling how many people you can deceive with the right settings.