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.

  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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