Just out of town, up one of the many valleys and creeks (near Leichtweißhöhle) there is this playground in the woods. Of the playgrounds I ‘investigated’ this one is most appealing due to its air of adventure. The trees surrounding this place account for special lighting conditions: Making pictures, you have to be patient – and then quick.
If you would like to see the whole series, please visit the Le città e il gioco gallery.
These two finds came as surprises: I had almost given up on finding a ‘classical’ swing and the type of seesaw I remember from my childhood when I came across this swing casting its shadow near Leichweißhöhle. And I found a modernist seesaw on a playground near Parkstraße I had almost dismissed as not really worth while visiting – until the morning sun hitting the sand taught me better.
With light being as transient as it is, both these situations may have been unique – which is why I think this post is quite appropriate as a contribution to this week’s photo challenge.
A contribution to the Weekly Photo Challenge (Reflections), continuing the playground series I started here.
Not many games to play on Tränkweg (above), so I added a picture from Schulberg (below), both playgrounds are in Wiesbaden.
Kranzplatz Playground, Wiesbaden. I think the curves might contribute to Ailsa’s Travel Theme – Curves.