Monday, June 23, 2014

Butterfly experience

This inviting wooden play sculpture indicates the transformation of a caterpillar into a butterfly in total abstraction. Children were running through the caterpillar and then would climb on the pink floating wings and slide down the spine. I did not get very close as the little yard apes were everywhere. 
Another wooden play sculpture was a bee hive located on the other side of the reflection ponds. I think it would have looked more realistic if it had been varnished on the outside so it would look like a honeycomb. I did not take a photo as I was disappointed in the appearance but the children -tons of them - were having a ball pretending to be bees and climbing all over the structure. 
The Kitty Justice is I would have been standing and watching like others if Puppy was 12 and under.
BTW I thought these were great for the younger crowd or as I like to refer to them Yard Apes.

3 comments:

Lee said...

I've just caught up with the rest of these wonderful critters, Lady Di....I've been flittering around elsewhere...sorry.

Your array of photos over these past few posts are just great. I love that little stone cottage. I could quite comfortably call that "home".

Lady Di Tn said...

Lee these are the kind of bugs to have around(wooden ones). Next time maybe it will be less crowded and I can gets some inside photos. Peace

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting I think. MB

BTW: Did you ever plant the blue morning glories? My are coming up now.