Photographer's Note

This image was intended to be viewed together with a workshop image as a sequence of events. (I had workshop turned off so haven't been able to post the workshop just now. I will post it tomorrow as my next image rather than post a workshop)
I spotted this opportunity while our tour guide was talking. I turned back to listen to the tour guide then turned back to where I had taken the photo. The opportunity for a second photo was found. The situation says something about modern parenting.
(I seem to have a short attention span when it comes to listening to tour guides.)

The Promenade de la Treille is a promenade situated in the centre of the old town of Geneva in Switzerland.
First created in the 16th century as an observation and artillery post, at the beginning of the 18th century it assumed the function of a promenade with the planting of a double row of chestnut trees between the mansions of the Rue des Granges, the Hotel de Ville and the ramparts overlooking the Parc des Bastions .

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Additional Photos by Trevor Moffiet (trevormoffiet) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 212 W: 2 N: 578] (3112)
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