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Peekaboo

A nice day for a visit to Clumber Park – somewhere we go regularly and the children love to explore! Spot the toddler!

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Melissa Taggart
Melissa Taggart (@melissa-taggart)
6 months ago

I love this picture. The painted bench is such a crisp white and it is housed in a structure that is weathered. It has seen many a thing I imagine. You have captured innocence in this picture.

A young visitor in this weathered building has breathed new life into it.

Great job!

Nikki Thomas
Nikki Thomas (@nikki-thomas)
6 months ago

Love this photo, Emily!

Carrie OLeary
Carrie OLeary (@carrie-oleary)
6 months ago

Ha ha, my little Munchkin. I remember when you and your brother used to hide in that folly 🙂

Susan Dawson
Susan Dawson (@susan-dawson)
6 months ago
Reply to  Carrie OLeary

Ah. Two O’Learys.

Carrie OLeary
Carrie OLeary (@carrie-oleary)
6 months ago
Reply to  Susan Dawson

Yes, she’s one of my best works ?

Susan Dawson
Susan Dawson (@susan-dawson)
6 months ago

I didn’t spot the wee one.

Lotchie Carmelo
Lotchie Carmelo (@lotchie-carmelo)
6 months ago

I love it. I remember my nephew. He love to play Peekabo.

Christer Norrlof
Christer Norrlof (@christer-norrlof)
6 months ago

The only reason for investing in this kind of building seems to be for children to play between the pillars while their parents sit down on the bench for a rest. The hidden child gives an extra dimension to the building and to the photo.

Eric Radcliffe
Eric Radcliffe (@eric-radcliffe)
5 months ago

Hello Emily, the stone structure, could be a portal, and the child looking from behind the pillar is from ancient Greece, thinking how did I here? What strange world is this??

Marianna Pieterse
Marianna Pieterse (@marianna-pieterse)
5 months ago

Emily, your picture lets my imagination run wild! This would make a great story prompt. I didn’t see the little one until I read your comment, but now that I have noticed him, he adds so much to the picture.

Daisy Blacklock
Daisy Blacklock (@daisy-blacklock)
5 months ago

Your description adds so much life to your picture. The style of the structure reminds me of ancient Roman architecture.

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