Hi, all. I need an optics specialist here. I seem to recall from many years ago that under the proper conditions, water can behave to some extent like a fibre-optic conduit. This might have been a misinterpretation on my part, but if it's true I have a use for it. Someone gave me a table-top fountain that is similar to a slab of sandstone with roses on the front in bas relief. There's a trough hollowed out on top, which the pump fills to overflowing. The water then runs down over the front. I mounted 3 high-intensity red LED's shining down, so the roses shimmer red, but it's kind of ugly since I had to shield them from direct view behind a sort of internally reflective hood. There are also a couple of green ones shining up from the reservoir to illuminate the stem and petal parts of the roses. Those are okay, because they're below line-of-sight. What I really would like to do, if it's possible, is to mount the red ones inside the top reservois and let the water itself channel the light down to the flowers. Does anyone know of a way that I can do that?