These giant rings show an instant transformation in the look of Dover's main square as progress on its refurbishment continues.
These four massive rings are the bespoke water feature and they form the centrepiece of the new-look Market Square.
Other new features include a paved space for performance, more seating and lighting and terraced areas.
There will also be highway improvements to make the square more pedestrian friendly.
The new design is also to improve links between Cannon Street, St James' Retail and Leisure Park and the waterfront.
The project, costing £3.6 million, began last November and is expected to be completed by this summer.
The project is funded by £2.44 million from the Coastal Communities Fund, secured by the local businesses group Dover Town Team, and £1.2 million from Dover District Council. Dover Town Council has also contributed to the project.
Kent County Council is the highway authority partner and has led on the appointment of contractors, Kent-based FM Conway.
Dover council, which is behind the project, says this is a significant investment in the town and is seen as a way of attracting more people to it.
However local traders have complained about the construction work's disruption to their businesses.
Areas are fenced off so people can't walk straight across the square and instead have to go the long way through narrow passages.
Kanthappa Varatharajan, owner of the Londis food store, says this has significantly reduced his trade.
He said it had gone down to two-thirds compared to 12 months ago.
Tess Franklin, manager of the neighbouring Oriental Mini-Mart, said that soon after the work began her trade went down to 75% and now, since fencing created barriers, it was down to 25%.
Miss Franklin, however, said she appreciated that this development would help bring a lot more people to Dover.
Dover council has apologised for the inconvenience caused and said it was working closely with local businesses to keep them up to date with progress.