November 27, 2014

November 27, 2014

The Children’s Place

Photograph by Masami Murooka, National Geographic Your Shot

Looking like playfully scattered confetti, children sled a snowy hill in Shizukuishi, Japan. Your Shot member Masami Murooka calls it an “extraordinary playground,” which emerged at the side of a large festival’s parking lot. “Anyone trying to photograph only the festival would never notice this place,” Murooka writes.

Murooka’s picture was featured in Your Shot’s Daily Dozen.

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3 comments
Sonia  Anne  Ellem
Sonia Anne Ellem

I had to look really closely at this. The contrast of kids clothes against the white is great, really makes the activities stand out. Lots happening when you look closely. 

Emela  Simpson
Emela Simpson

Picture is looking beautiful. Kids always like snow.
There are many tourist places those are mostly famous because of that location is loved by kids. Every place has its own beauty when you visit them at any point of time. 

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