The Changing Seasons: January 2015

Cardinal Guzman shares some stunning photos with us and has come up with an interesting challenge. Each month we are to post a gallery of photos taken at the same location thus showing readers the changes that occur throughout the year. I decided to photograph a location I pass everyday on my way home.  The park is a place I have spent a lot of time at: watching my children play no matter what the weather and reading in the sun during summer. It is a place I no longer frequent but I always enjoy seeing the children at play and hearing the sounds of their laughter.

These photos were taken on Saturday, 17 January at 3:30pm. The low temperatures do not encourage play and readers on the bench and the park looks a little desolate at the moment. The grey skies and winter-bare trees add to the sense of desolation. In a few months, though, the place will be filled with bodies and the voices of children.

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Do you enjoy visiting parks?

© Colline Kook-Chun, 2015

(This post was inspired by Cardinal Guzman’s Monthly Challenge: The Changing Seasons)

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33 thoughts on “The Changing Seasons: January 2015

  1. Seems like time has been sped up.. God says He’ll do that… but, it really seems February, and March weather has already hit where I live… maybe tomorrow is April?
    Great post.
    thanks

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  2. I so miss going to the park! When Hallie was younger, we went to a certain park almost every weekend. We would swing together and run through the tunnels, down the slides, cross the monkey bars and we would laugh and chase each other. I have tons of photos, some of which I’ve posted a while back. I long for those days to return. She’s 15 now and feels too old for the park but perhaps once Spring arrives, I can talk her into at least the swings. 😉

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  3. When winter just has the cold temperatures and no snow, it seems to drag on! At least the snow can serve as a natural playground for many! You’ve captured the desolation of the season quite well. The lack of sun is the biggest challenge for me.

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    1. My girls enjoyed going there every day when they were younger. We spent many pleasant – and yes cold! – hours there.
      (My challenge now is to showcase the park in a different way during the cold month of February 🙂 )

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