Thursday’s Special: Park

After last week’s challenging theme inflated to which you responded with brilliant interpretations, this week’s theme does not seem like a challenge at all. Spring is probably the time of year when we go to parks most, so here it is – an ordinary park with ordinary park population.

Now, let me have a look at the parks that you visit. For those living in the southern hemisphere – parks are very beautiful in autumn too ๐Ÿ˜‰

Before I go, I’d like to thank you all for voting for the last week’s entries. The most votes went to Jude fromย ย For my part, I want to congratulate all the participants. I loved your imaginative and creative entries and you are all winners in my eyes ๐Ÿ™‚ .ย 



P.S. I will stick with this idea of voting for some time still to see if it will get more people interested, and yield more logical voting results. For now, I have to say I agree with Tobias’s comment on the “Voting time” post.ย 

I’ll be away on business till Saturday, but will look at your entries for this new challenge when I come back. Enjoy your Thursday!


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45 Comments on “Thursday’s Special: Park

  1. Well done, Jude! ๐Ÿ™‚ I was waiting for your post this morning, because it just so happens I spent some of my time wandering in Polish parks. It was a bit later than normal (the voting process, of course) so I went with Jude’s Wildflowers but I’ll take you walking on Saturday if you like. Hope the business trip isn’t too strenuous. Sending hugs ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

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    • Yes, it will have to be later than before if I am to continue with voting. I am very glad to see your blooms, Jo. Thank you.

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  3. On a day to day basis, many parks over here in Jo’burg often do not have quite the same roam where thou wilt care free atmosphere one may associate with the daylight hours in Hyde Park, Regent’s Park or even Central Park. However, if the opportunity avails I will see I can get a resident wino or local mugger to pose for a photograph on the promise of money, if not life! ๐Ÿ˜‰


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    • Thank you, Anna. Your park is wonderful. Tell me what photo from your post you’d like me to publish.


  5. so serene and beautiful. You have chosen one of my favorite past times- going to parks! will post some of my favorites later Paula.


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    • Oh yes, and I wish I could compare them in person. Gorgeous park scenes, Irene. Please help me choose the best one.

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      • The one that probably draws me the most is the Swedish park with the prams and bikes and view but I ended up choosing Swiss park with the feet in the flying saucer contraption. So number 2.


  9. Congrats to Jude. I couldn’t see the entries on my phone too bite unfortunately.
    Wishing you a lovely weekend Paula.


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    • Super choices. I prefer the cool looking ones ๐Ÿ™‚ Which one is your favourite?


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    • 67!!!!??!! I love your park over there, and the thought that Marie Curie used to ran there, and that Chopin lived in that palace, what fun!


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    • It’s an oasis in the middle of the town. I really appreciate your sharing a photo of your family Gilly. They are fun and happy people. Many thanks.


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  18. A lovely park indeed. There aren’t many here in Mexico city. And what there is in bad shape. Poorly maintained. A shame. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ
    But thank you for the peace you give with your photo. A T. ๐Ÿ™‚


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