Welcome back to Sunday Selections!
This once-a- week-meme was originally begun by Kim of Frog Ponds Rock, as a way to showcase some of the many photos we all take, but don't get around to showing on our blogs.
The rules are very simple:-
1. post photos of your choice, old or new, under the Sunday Selections title
2. link back to me, River, somewhere in your post
3. leave me a comment so that I know you've joined in and can come over and see what you've posted.
4. hop on over to Elephant’s Child to see more of her wonderful photos.
Andrew often joins in too, but not this time, he is off on a holiday up in the northern hemisphere, hopefully gathering lots of photos to share with us on his return.
I usually go with a theme for my Sunday Selections and this week I have more photos of those concrete "trees" I featured last week.
Now it's confession time: I didn't get around to finding out more about them, why they are there, what they represent; I did google, but not knowing what they are (I googled concrete trees, concrete structures) I got nothing and after that the week just zipped by and here it is Saturday night already!
So, photos, no information. (*~*)
this one has music etched into it. I don't read music, so have no idea what it is, if anyone can enlighten me, I would appreciate it.
clearly a foreign language--Klingon?? (*~*)
all of the "trees" have different designs etched in to them.
Persistence and Vision; always a good idea
not at all sure what this represents.
Let's see if I can find something more colourful to look at.
Ridge Park, which I passed on my way up to the intersection, has a large oval and several climbing structures and is available for dog-walking also.
another climbing frame
far in the distance a slippery dip for children.
right next to the footpath a series of exercise/fitness machines. I didn't read the signs, so I'm not sure if they are for just anybody or if coins in slots are needed; at this point I was just concentrating on actually making it to the intersection!
on the corner of Ridge Park is this fabulous stone monument
honouring the fallen from World War One.
on top of the monument is a cluster of small guns, I'm not sure what type.
finally, a splash of autumn colour.