Splash Kids at Play


This photo was taken on November, 2016 at 12:57PM.


The location was in the walk way next to the drive in entrance to a very nice moderately priced hotel in the City Center Section of Washington DC.


The "Take It!" came from noticing the wet remains of a wet morning on the concrete pavers in front of the hotel. The randomness challenged me to come up with a scenario and this is the result.


It looks to me, like there is a child riding a pony that is passing by a another child that is catching a ball thrown by a third child in the upper right of the picture (the third wet spot).


As you can see, it took me a while to be able to formulate the words to fit this and hopefully you will be able to bring them into play for yourself.


The After Take: This one has been done without review of my panel members, but hopefully passes the test.


This kind of thing is so much fun, at times I cannot believe I am actually taking these kinds of photos, for the sheer enjoyment of sharing imagination. Hope your winter is passing well for each of you.


All my best,  



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Comments: 7
  • #1

    Sally (Wednesday, 15 February 2017 11:44)

    We see a duck in the big one to the left. These are such fun for the kids!

  • #2

    Jim (Wednesday, 15 February 2017 11:45)

    You could make a childrens book out of all your clouds and pools of water.

  • #3

    SF1967 (Wednesday, 15 February 2017 11:46)

    I can't make this one out unfortunately. Guess my imagination isn't quite what it used to be.

  • #4

    Gabe (Sunday, 19 February 2017 01:37)

    I'm with Sally on this one, it looks like a duck or goose.

  • #5

    thatoneguy (Sunday, 19 February 2017 01:38)

    i see the kid catching the ball the other kid looks like flubber tho rofl

  • #6

    Teri (Sunday, 19 February 2017 01:39)

    Mr. Bruce, you have a better imagination than the majority of the kids I teach. It's quite impressive!

  • #7

    MHampy (Sunday, 19 February 2017 01:40)

    I just can't make this one out, I even asked for help during our lunch. Teri and George tried explaining it to me but my brain just won't make it out. Oh well...