Saturday, August 10, 2013

Camera Critters


Who has more fun on these animals. . . 
big kids or little kids?

Linking to Camera Critters

19 comments:

  1. I think you have proved your point. I have several shots of myself enjoying such a ride....and I am no Spring chicken!

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  2. Kate, they are a visual delight and make a child out of all of us. This one is beautiful and you know how I love carousels... This one is in counterclockwise rotation so that you can use your sword to capture a brass ring - hah!

    Bises,
    Genie

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  3. I think it's a toss up! I love a carousel with big, grown up size horses.

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  4. I know someone who, in his 50's, slipped while climbing on a merry-go-round horse and severely injured his knee. I think the worst part of it was having to answer the many questions about how he injured his knee.

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  5. I thinks the adults are having a pretty good time.

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  6. Okay...but I didn't think they let kids this big even ride on those poor horses! :)

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  7. In this case I'd definitely say big kids and why not :)))

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  8. Looks like everybody's having fun!

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  9. yes indeed where is this carousel??

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    1. Como Park, St. Paul, MN

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  10. These are a super contribution to Camera Critters!

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  11. I see at least two big kids having a ball!!!

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  12. Big kids have double fun because they have memories to relive and the pleasure of now, not to mention the happiness of little kids around them.

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  13. Some time in the next few weeks, i'm going to take a Zipcar drive to Albany, Oregon, to see carousel animals being carved and painted, all as part of the city's Historic Carousel & Museum project. Thanks for reminding me to look into going with your post.

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  14. That is too funny.

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  15. Wow, that's a toss up.

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  16. I am always a little surprised to see adults on a carousel without children. Silly me!

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