Monday, August 9, 2010


08.09.10, originally uploaded by colemama.

Headed back to the playground today to capture my multiple triangles...though the background is pretty busy (as only a stimulating play area should be!), my eye still gravitates towards the 'monkey bar' triangular handles. The successively smaller shapes, the worn plastic covers (or what remains of them) and the pattern itself all draw my attention around and inward, distracted only by the rusty chain at the top.

With the nearing of another academic year, I'm wondering how to transfer some of photography's attention getting devices to the high school classroom. Certainly, there is potential for those visual cues. Hopefully, they can add more interest and depth to not only teacher-produced content, but more importantly that which is created by learners. Cambier Park playground, Naples, FL


  1. Great capture of triangles! Love it!

  2. Nice repetition. Yes - how to focus students and help them to find the ways to focus on the important issues.