Last summer Sheila and I were walking the streets of Baltimore when we came across this unique art installation. It is an arbor made of metal that has been fashioned in the likeness of vines, twigs, and branches. The thing that struck me as odd was the fact that this was installed on a playground of an elementary school. Instead of this being placed in dirt, this piece was installed on some kind of rubber mat or flooring that stretched all the way across the playground. I find it ironic that you can’t actually play on it, yet it takes up one quarter of the schoolyard. It was a mighty grey that day and I was not feeling it as far as taking photos were concerned, which is why I am glad I happened upon this beautiful structure.
Canon 5D mark II, Ef 24-70 2.8 L, ISO 100, 1/100 @ f/8