belle ombre, et on dirait des chaines de bagnard ;)
That's very sweet and I love how you composed this with the shadow!
At first , I didn't see the kids holding hands until I enlarged picture.What a novel idea.
Gosh that's like an optical illusion that strip Randy, it was only when you mentioned 'the strip of children holding hands that I could see it, wonder if anyone else found that!
Beautiful tiles, I like the texture and the detail of the shadow is awesome!Clever capture!Léia
Very thoughtful of the designer !
Not heard of Red Rover but I like the abstract feel to this photo.Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave
I hadn't thought of Red Rover in about 50 years. Amazing how kids' games have changed!
I like that too... looks like they have bricks with names paving the way - was it a fundraiser?
We bought bricks with our names on them and they were laid at the entrance or walkway to the children's park in our city park. And then also at the VFW memorial. After I was hacked I had to give up my old user name and the blogs that went with it. My Birds Blog was among the give-ups.So this is the new birds blog and I hope you can come visit. Birds Birds Birds and Birds
How neat and it does remind me of that game.
It's a wonderful way to honor childhood with the figures joining hands. The bricks look like they're all dedicated to children...right?
I like this place more and more...
All hold hands and stay together!
It's a nice detail indeed! ;-)
That's cool. I like details like that. :)
A very nice touch for the museum.
Reminds me of paper dolls : )
So very cute! Reminds me of paper dolls. :)
like the paper dolls you cut out. :)
That is a fun and clever idea!
That's a great composition of this unique welcome to children Randy.
I love this - much more fun than the wall in yesterday's pic. ;-)
I think I lost a comment. But I said that this is a creative walkway and a creative photo and I, also, like the way the shadow falls across the picture.
Ah, yes! Wonderful!
Great shot, Randy!
Love the details esp the shadow. :)
Nice, Red Rover, Red Rover...
Oh, I was never very good a Red Rover. What a fun memory!
Well spotted, Randy. Nice job with the shadow thrown in for good measure.
Striking image, Randy. I also like the strip where they are holding hands. It reminded me of cutting a strip of connected paper children from a folded newspaper, back when I was young. I have absolutely no memory of how I did it. By the way, did you get to take a look at my first ever iMovie? There's a link to it on my Sunday post. It's all about the blowing wind outside the Rose Garden before my games began.
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