boring playgrounds.

17 thoughts on “boring playgrounds.

      • Ich fragte mich gestern schon die ganze Zeit, was man auf den Seilen tun soll – geht anscheinend anderen auch so. Manchmal wäre einfach ein geschützter grüner Platz ohne diesen gezielten Spielanlagen-Krempel und nur ein oder zwei Kletterbäumen, ein paar Betonkanalröhren und ner Sandkiste die bessere Variante. Was die Kommunen in das Zeug investieren, gefällt doch nur dem Geräte-Anbieter.

      • haste recht. vermutlich preisgekrönt das ding. keine kinder weit und breit. nur irre hobbyfotografen… aber die gewinnen damit ooch keen blumntopf…

  1. Oh my gooness! Yes! Looks like from the 70’s or something. But, do we really need so many complicated thigs to our playgrounds to play? This one leaves room for the imagination.

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