Saturday, June 1, 2019

Nature's Jungle Gyms - SaturdaySnapshot

Children enjoy playing on jungle gyms, swinging on swings, and spinning on merry-go-rounds. But these kids at Volunteer Park had plenty of fun on "equipment" built by Mother Nature.



Looks like fun, doesn't it?



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8 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

It is great to see children outside playing. Usually they are stick inside with their techy toys. Enjoy your day and weekend!

Sandra Nachlinger said...

I feel the same way, eileeninmd. I especially love to see kids climbing on trees!

csuhpat1 said...

That is so very cool. Thanks for sharing it.

judy said...

The chopped-off tree branches in the top photo make me sad. I wonder if that was done on purpose or if the park tried to make the best of things after a tree fall. The lower picture reminds me of a place in the Seattle arboretum. In any case, as someone commented above, good to see kids playing rather than with their noses in their phones. You have a good eye for interesting compositions!

Colleen L. Reece said...

We had a multitude of climbing trees at our home in Darrington and made full use of them. One big willow had crossed branches that made a seat with the trunk for a back rest. I spent hours and hours reading there, perched like a bird in her nest.

Laurel-Rain Snow said...

Great shots! I love the idea of playing around in Nature.

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Kelly Marshall said...

Loved your Rainier! Excellent as always/