Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Twofer from the Ground Up Tuesday

Sometimes choosing just two for Jonna's Twofer Tuesday is harder than choosing one. But since I can post pairs of pictures, I'm okay.
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I walked through the park and concentrated on the playground, shooting from the ground up for Jeremiah's challenge at My Life in Pictures.
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First pair--one slide...
...then the other...
Now I may be mistaken, or misremember through the mists of time, but I don't recall that the ways of getting to the top were quite so creative or colorful on the playgrounds of my youth. But then again, I was not much of a monkey bar personality, and I did prefer trees, which left the creativity in climbing to the individual rather than the design. Creativity in when, where, and which to fall out of and break one's arm as well, but I digress.
(Don't they look like tractor seats?)



Around the other side the ladder looked like this.


...and little did I know that we would see a visitor in the sky when I got these home to the computer screen.

This would be the tenth and last day of From the Ground Up. I wonder what Jeremiah will be up to next. Jonna, on the other hand, will return with twos next Tuesday, and I will join her.

9 comments:

imac said...

Clever work and most stunning photos.


Later today I'll post some flowers from Alnwick Gardens.

Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind comments.

Gypsy at heart said...

Great shots....kind of a child's point of view....

david mcmahon said...

Clever angles.

JC said...

Wonderful shots! You've actually got a triple play here if you also count Project Blue! Well done!

Daryl said...

Wonderful shots, Katney!

:-Daryl

Debbie in NC said...

I never thought of a playground! What an interesting perspective and great shots...loved the series and enjoyed doing this with you. Thank you for your nice comments on my blog :)

Carletta said...

These are absolutely stunning photos for From The Ground Up - excellent choice and excellent photos!

Jonna said...

Very nice set of 2 fers. Now you know why I say in pairs.... Photos are like potato chips, you can't have just one.

Paulie said...

Definitely a bunch of views I might never have photographed.