19 thoughts on “Unique and Antique

  1. Each paint chip or scrape, each worn bit, each tiny bit of rusting … all tells a story of the child who has visited, used, played and loved their time there.

    The whole ‘playground’ has it’s own story … if we just look and see. Only by doing that will we ‘hear’ and understand the story.

    Brilliant photographs Jessica. Thank you so much for sharing your artistic eye with us.
    sending love, as always ~ Cobs. x ❤️

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    • Yes ma’am. It’s an awesome park in a teeny town about 10 miles from my house. Funny thing is, it’s our favorite park, Huge oak trees tower over head that make the hottest of days cool enough to play. Even an old stone drinking fountain works,

      It’s a block from the cemetery in my post called “Wings.” Love that park.

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