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I’ve decided to do a Playground Series based upon yesterday’s image. 

Hooray! 🙂 

With many neat structures in our area, I’m looking forward to what I might find.

“Rusty Monkey” (Monkey Bars, Child’s Play Structure) Playground Series (#2), Nikon D300, 48mm, F/8, 1/80s, ISO 200, ‘Old West’ Toning Action

So far, I’m thinking the tax dollars set aside for Parks & Rec are in serious need of analysis as clearly the kids are getting the short end of the stick! 🙂


  1. These should be fun though this would have been hard to identify without your catchy title.

    Sigh, NY wants to close several state parks because of budget problems. Some with beautiful natural areas. Who will end up with them? Beautiful waterfalls turned into housing developments?

    • I hope so, Scott! 🙂 That is too bad that parks will be closed. I hope they at least remain wild areas and NOT sold to developers. That would be awful. Makes me think of the lyric, “They’ve paved paradise to put up a parking lot.”

  2. I like this one, too, but not as much as yesterday’s image. LOVE the processing! Too bad I can’t use actions with PSP.

    • Sounds like hubby should be thinkin’ about getting PS for you! (hint, hint) 😉

  3. But photographers get the big end of the stick.

  4. My God, I love these colors! The previous photo is great too, I don’t even know how to say why, but oh, I like them. Very much. 😀

  5. Oh this is going to be a great series. Love this 🙂

    • Thanks, Amber! I hope so! Should be fun scouting out the playgrounds in my area. And, you know I’ll have to play a little while I’m there! 🙂

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