Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Parc de la Porte Verte


Playground in parc de la Porte Verte ('green door park') at the edge of Fausses-Reposes forest.

Le parc se situe à l'orée de la forêt de Fausses-Reposes.

28 comments:

Robert Geiss said...

Was für eine Freude ! Verbringe ich doch viele Stunde auf Spielplätzen, mit meinem Sohn :)
Allerdings sind die meisten kaputt usw.
Schön wo solche Bilder möglich sind.
Einen guten Dienstag dir.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Oh dear ! that is a fun place !

Olivier said...

"Roulez roulez

Roulez, roulez chemin de fer
Roulez
Comme ça marche
Comme ça marche
Roulez, roulez chemin de fer
Roulez
Comme ça marche
Regardez

Tchou Tchou" Comptine

LONDONLULU said...

This makes me want to be a child again - love the warmth of the woods! (And good point about captcha, just occurred to me recently & you just gave me the nudge I needed to go without! :)

bfarr said...

What a fun place to play. There is an idea here to make playgrounds for seniors : )

Jack said...

This looks like fun. In the USA, most wooden objects have been removed from children's playgrounds, because of splinters. The plastic replacements don't splinter, I suppose, but they certainly don't have the same charm!

Bob Crowe said...

Looks like the closest you could come to the edge of the wilderness in France.

I never knew Olivier had such musical talent.

Randy said...

Awesome looking playground. Better than going to work.

Photohunter said...

Echt hübscher Platz, aber wo sind die spielenden Kinder ??? LG

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, how pretty. I love the train.
K

Bergson said...

j'espère que tu t'es bien amusée

Thérèse said...

Un joli petit coin de paradis dans une très jeune petite forêt.

Dina said...

We never see wood in playgrounds anymore. This train and the animals are wonderful! Your pictures make me want to come play on them.

Cezar and Léia said...

Un parc public fleuri parfait pour les enfants :)
bisous
Léia

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

That train looks to be about my speed. It looks like a great playground.

VP said...

Wooden playgrounds are on their way to extinction, but they are always charming...

brattcat said...

what a lovely playground.

Lowell said...

It looks very nice and I'll bet the kids like it but I'm still not bringing my great-grandkids on our hoped-for trip to Paree and beyond! :-)

Halcyon said...

How very cute! I love that the play equipment is made of wood. Makes it more special somehow. :)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

The top shot is charming Ciel, i can imagine the many little boys and girls pretending to be engine drivers on here. J'adore the wooden playground animals, they suit the forest location so much better than plastic oui!

Malyss said...

Où sont les enfants?!
J'aime bien les noms par chez toi, tres evocateurs de plein d'histoires..

BaysideLife said...

I want to ride that train! I echo Malyss's comment, where are the children?

T. Becque said...

YOur photos always look so idyllic. :) I've been away, good to see you again.

EG CameraGirl said...

A parc such as this one makes me wish I were a kid again...for just a few minutes, though. :)

cieldequimper said...

The children were probably at home having lunch! These photos were taken around 13:00 hrs.

Tammie Lee said...

such a fun park!

Regina K said...

This is a unique looking playground. Would love to take my grandkids to this playground.

JM said...

What a cute wooden train. The park seems to be lovely!