When I took this photo, the trees in the background started to merge with the carousel and for a moment I thought the horses were emerging from the park. It was spooky and disorientating. And then I wished it was true.
an old west theme park near a gas station in Fredonia, AZ. . .
this is where the famous gunfight of the patched-asphalt took place. . .
Smaland. . . . the magic forest.
the most popular tank at the monterey aquarium had no fish in it… it had these tablets where kids could design their own fish that magically popped up in giant TV tanks… . brilliant… imagine an entire zoo like this.
the ouray mining park… is a very strange park. it’s a collection of old rusty mining equipment, coils of hoses, and a large wooden beam with nails poking out of it… perfect for the kids.
At Seuss Landing in Universal Studios, children receive environmental training directly from the Lorax. The park also acts as the official steward for the last grove of Truffula trees.
In other news, Universal Studios is biggering…
ice formations in the bay area…
wonderful concrete trees grafted with weedlings…
it gets so hot in Phoenix, even the fake grass needs watering
wildlife on the mall