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Swingin´ :: Seaside Park, New Jersey :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Swingin'  On a good set of swings, the sky isn´t the limit.  They are spaceships, airplanes, rockets, and even birds flying through the air with only our imagination separating us from the reality.
Trombone Catching :: Lima, Perú :: © 2004 Patrick Esmonde
Trombone Catching  I loved watching these kids trying to catch the slider of this trombone.  When the musician saw the kids lacking a little interest, he would lower the slider just within reach, and then when they jumped at it, he would raise it up again.
Down Down Down... :: San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina :: © 2003 Patrick Esmonde
Down Down Down...  This slide didn´t look interesting, except from this angle.  I imagined myself a child going down it for the first time.  It looks a mile long and with a very steep angle.
The Boy And The Birds In The Plaza De Mayo 2 :: Buenos Aires, Argentina :: © 2003 Patrick Esmonde
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The Boy And The Birds In The Plaza De Mayo 1 :: Buenos Aires, Argentina :: © 2003 Patrick Esmonde
The Boy And The Birds In The Plaza De Mayo 1  This poor little boy was dropped in the middle of these birds by his parents.  While they seemed very amused, I could clearly tell that the boy was less than thrilled.  After crying for a couple of minutes, his parents got a clue and retrieved him.
Pigeon Catching :: Buenos Aires, Argentina :: © 2003 Patrick Esmonde
Pigeon Catching  About 5 minutes after I arrived in the Plaza de Mayo, a group of school children were released, like a pack of wild dogs, into the square. This lone wolf was busy chasing this one pigeon -- who never had the simple idea to just fly away to another park -- for at least 20 minutes.

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