Picture This — Walk in a Park

One day I went for a walk in a park near my home called Bonner Park.  Let me share with you what I saw during my walk.

Picture 1:  (1) chain-link fence, (2) sign, (3) paved road, (4) gate, (5) grass

Picture 2: (1) chain-link fence, (2) walkway, (3) danger sign, (4) canoe sign, (5) gate

Picture 3: (1) tree, (2) tree trunk (chopped down), (3) dirt path (walkway), (4) leaves, (5) foliage

Picture 4: (1) shell-covered path (small shell pieces), (2) root, (3) uprooted tree

Picture 5: (1) natural path, (2) sunshine patch, (3) dead foliage

Picture 6: (1) leaves, (2) fern (plant), (3) tree trunk

Picture 7: (1) paved path (walkway), (2) overhanging branches, (3) sunny patch, (4) shady patch (area)

Picture 8: (1) grass, (2) paved path, (3) tree trunk, (4) fork in the path

Picture 9: (1) pavilion (sheltered picnic tables), (2) fence, (3) lake, (4) fork in the walkway, (5) trashcan, (6) informational sign, (7) bench, (8) paved walkway

Picture 10: (1) floating debris, (2) dead branches, (3) paved path (walkway), (4) tree, (5) bark of a tree

Picture 11: (1) picnic table, (2) cooking grill, (3) concrete deck, (4) electric meter, (5) strap, support, or brace

Picture 12: (1) playground, (2) parking lot, (3) park map, (4) drinking fountain, (5) bicycle rack (parking),
(6) restrooms

Picture 13: (1) tin roof, (2) observation deck, (3) boardwalk, (4) handrail, (5) support column, (6) river

Picture 14: (1) bridge, (2) shorts (pants), (3) leaning man, (4) standing man, (5) wooden deck, (6) support column, (7) handrail

Picture 15: (1) waterfront home, (2) handrail, (3) river, (4) wake of the boat, (5) speeding motor boat,
(6) docked boat

 

6 comments

  1. Picture 1 : A-5, B-3, C-2, D-4, E-1

    Picture 2 : F-5, G-4, H-1, J-3, K-2

    Picture 3 : L-3, M-5, N-4, O-2, P-1

    Picture 4 : Q-3, R-1, S-2

    Picture 5 : T-1, U-2, V-3

    Picture 6 : W-3, X-1, Y-2

    Picture 7 : A-4, B-3, C-1, Z-1

    Picture 8 : D-2, E-4, F-3, G-1

    Picture 9 : H-4, J-7, L-3, M-1, N-2, O-5, P-6

    Picture 10 : R-5, S-1, T-4, U-2, V-3

    1. Picture 7:  A-2, C-4 (in contrast to B-3)

      Was this exercise useful to you in teaching you:  pavilion, bark, foliage, dead foliage, chain-link fence, gate, a patch of sunshine or shade, a fern, uprooted, paved?

      Do you think you could go through these pictures again and name (or describe) everything without looking at the answers? This is my goal.

      1. Pavilion and foliage were new words for me. I had to look for the meaning of pavilion now after two weeks. I will go through the pictures again without looking at the answers.

  2. Picture 11: A- Cooking grill, B- Picnic table, C- Electric meter, D- Concrete deck, E- strap, support, or brace.
    Picture 12: F- drinking fountain, G- park map, H- Playground, J- bicycle rack (parking), K- parking lot, L- restrooms.
    Picture 13: M- boardwalk, N- tin roof, O- handrail, P- river, Q- observation deck R- Support column.
    Picture 14: S- wooden deck, T- support column, U- handrail, V- shorts (pants), W- standing man, X- leaning man, Y- bridge.
    Picture 15: A- river, B- speeding motor boat, C- wake of the boat, D- waterfront home, E- docked boat, Z- handrail. (For a second, I thought It was a bank of the river. After I paid attention, that shade at the bottom right corner gave me a clue.)

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