We took my baby girl to the park again today and as I glanced around the park, my eyes rested on these beads. They simply slide back and forth on the rods. It filled my heart with joy watching my husband and daughter play with them together. The wear on them makes me wonder how many other parents spent time with their little ones playing there.
Love the colors and composition. It looks like a giant abacus
love this I used to use one to learn addition and subtraction when I was a little girl. awesome color and composition.
We have giant abacus's at parks near us too. And noughts and crosses. I took some shot just the other day (haven't posted yet). I love the editing on this.
I have never seen one of these in a park before. Cool. I like the colors and the composition.
My two boys learned to count on these whenever we went to the playground. Like the angle you took this at.
Very cool! Great eye finding a creative shot at the playground!
looks like a giant abacus ... I like the perspective
I love the color and the perspective - I thought it looked like a giant abacus too!
It is the simple things which bring so much pleasure.I think sometimes we grown-ups try to make life to complicated.
We have one of these too at our park! Nice angle, and I'm impressed with how shiny your beads are! ;)
Love your perspective, both in the photograph and your thoughts.
Great capture and great story!
Great photo! Love the color and composition.
This is so creative, you've got a great eye. Awesome processing on it too!
I like the perspective!
It looks like a giant abascus--only Base 7.
I wonder about things like that all the time. Nice angle
Very nicely done. Never seen one of these in a park before.
Oh... here it is not a toy, it is an abacus still use in many Chinese Business. The techniques of counting (addition and subtraction) still taught in Chinese School; also contents for speed mathematical calculation abacus vs calculator !
Perfect camera angle and depth! I love the highlights on the red beads!
great colors and lines!!
This is so fun! I love the perspective.
I like the angle of this shot and the contrast between the red and natural beads. Nicely done.
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