C is for… Carousel #alphabetphoto


On Sunday afternoon I took the munchkins to a playground set in a lovely park in the next town over to where we live. When we arrived the park was chock-a-block with all the paraphernalia of a funfair setting up – I assume for the following day – which was Bank Holiday Monday. The children were fascinated by all the half-prepared rides – JJ in particular insisted on taking lots of random shots of a little train a bit like Thomas with my camera!

I particularly like the gaudy colours of this carousel’s canopy juxtaposed against the green trees and blue sky. Just ironic that the following day it chucked it down with rain really!

Linking up with The Alphabet Photography Project over at Podcast again!


16 thoughts on “C is for… Carousel #alphabetphoto

    • Thanks Sara – I took it in a bit of a hurry as i was chasing both boys down on my own, so its not as sharp as I would have liked, but I do love the colours – its so vibrant! X

  1. Carousel rides are always popular with my boys but it seems to take forever for them to decide which bike, car, bus, horse or whatever items there are to chose to sit on lol

    • Oh don’t remind me of the last time this happened to me too – EJ (at about 20 months) wanted to go on every single one and was clambering on and off different things during the ride which was a bit hairy!

  2. Do love the colours against the trees and sky, just lovely. What a beautiful sunny day. We were at the Surrey County Show on Bank Holiday Monday, wet didn’t come close! Great post, thank you for sharing with #alphabetphoto

    • I know, stunning colours in the sunshine! So sad that the Bank Holiday had to be so washed out. I’ve never been to the County Show although I really wanted to at one point but my husband is born and bred Guildford and is so pooh-pooh about the whole thing every year! Thanks for hosting X

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