This water feature forms a focal point at the back wall of two flights of steps leading up through the garden. Each inset contains hand dressed limestone cut in an irregular pattern to mimic marled sand on a beach. This pattern enhances the flow of water across the stone. The panels are lit at night with different coloured led lights set in sequence. The flow of water pours over stainless steel lip that stands proud of the wall giving a perfect arc of water into the shallow rill below. There is a complementary water feature further on in the garden which again features dressed stone and two, three metre long, pouring rills.