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Coming at you bright and strong, there is no missing the playground equipment as you drive by.
This is an item in the kids' playground in a park. I'm not sure what it does as I've never paid any attention to it before the snow chose to sculpt it. I think though that a kid can sit on it and bounce up and down. Just a guess.
The snow in this image has a pinkish hue in several places. I've no idea why, except for under the plaything which is explainable as a reflection of the red plastic. The rest, I just don't know. I thought of trying to take it out in Lightroom but then I decided I liked it. :-)
This will be my last photo of shadows on the snow. I promise. (but I've got my fingers crossed)
This is super grainy and pretty sloppy overall, but I like the overall shot a lot (the shadows of the monkey bars, the sky, the general composition, and the overall feel to it). I plan on retaking this shot some night soon when the sky is nice again and perfecting it.
Test shot with Leica 50mm Noctilux-M, at f/0.95, for anyone interested.
Mkay, so had freetime during class so visited a nearby playground. This was a triangle shaped monkeybar that I thought was pretty interesting, especially with repeptition and DOF (if you can't tell, I love taking photos that deal with the two of those qualities).
The brief I was given for these shots was 'Children on the playground, but not their faces.' Most of the shots were, therefore, faceless, but there were many moments when a child would turn to check out the hairy waigourren with a camera. For some strange reason, those ones tended to be my favourites...
And yes, this is in the context of the pre-school we work at, not a random public place.