That certainly sounded positive!
A frame like a multi-legged beast, an invitation to play, to create, to build a shelter, to share and to solve problems. Sticks and branches needed were not readily available but mature trees along the park edge had plenty to build with.
A green hill in the background, the contrast between soft green grass and angular buildings striking. Swings and families gathering to chat, to share.
Rocks, many, many large rocks brought in to create levels for families to gather on, for children to climb and race each other to the top, newly planted trees and shrubs contrasting with the soft shades of brown and the hardness of the rocks
A 'spider's web to climb on, to measure and pretend, a high rope to balance on, to view the world from up high, a wide slide to slide down together
A freshly mown lawn and a large slope - an invitation to climb, roll, run, ride or just sit. Families gathering, friends meeting and others watching.
A view from the top, metal slides, small medium and large - sandstone rocks, different heights, different sizes, with green grasses tucked in to add to the mystery later
Garden beds with saplings and newly planted grasses in sharp contrast to the dead wood of the trunks, pathways to explore, invitations to explore
This was certainly worth my quick visit. Very few signs preventing or directing play. Parents playing or sitting and socialising. This is certainly a park I will visit regularly, to watch the progress on the landscape and to observe children playing.