It’s Starting to Feel a lot like Christmas – Snow Playgrounds

NORAD has the market on tracking Santa just about cornered. Kids all over the world follow St. Nick’s Christmas Eve progress online.

In just over a week, the jolly old guy will launch his sled and Christmas 2012 will be here. Kids will be dreaming of a white Christmas where climate makes it a possibility and wondering perhaps what the white stuff is really like if they live outside of the snow zones. Here in Canada’s far east we’re buffeted by Arctic and Atlantic winds at this time of year. So far they’ve only brought us a few dancing flakes that haven’t amounted to anything lasting.

3137172_a6ca8c2550Tisdall Elementary School playground, Vancouver, Canada. Photo Credit – gillicious. License – CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.

The ‘It’s Starting to Feel a lot like Christmas – Snow Playgrounds’ gallery is a selection of 18 photos created by looking through 1000s of images of snowy playground posted by flickr members. Each one of these 18 tickled my fancy in some way. I hope you will get some enjoyment out of them too.

6 responses to “It’s Starting to Feel a lot like Christmas – Snow Playgrounds

  1. I like the snowy pyramids best!

    • Hi Spider! Nice to hear from you. You’ve got such great posts. Sorry I didn’t get the chance to connect when we were in San Diego. The chilly, snow cone pyramids are my favs too.

  2. I have some photos of an interesting playground in Berlin
    How can I send them to you ?

  3. Reblogged this on play(space) and commented:
    Check out PlayGroundology’s aggregation of snow playgrounds– neighborhood playgrounds with a heavy dose of frost. Snow can turn a humdrum playlot into something much more malleable, don’t you think?

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