Thursday, 3 February 2011

A New Year's resolution?



There is a tree nearby where the kids hang their pacifiers when trying to get out of their habit.

A few stupid links - helmet - a cute something - a very small animal - and a swimming pig.

29 comments:

Intelectual recycling said...

funny photos especially those with helmets:)

about small animals-warning:):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQi6aML5tuU

have a nice day.
Joanna

Camilla Engman said...

thank you for the hamster, Joanna :)

Anne said...

Love it! Have a happy Thursday!!

barbara said...

the animals are so sweet, but the helmets would freak me out... I wonder if they cause a lot of accidents?

love the tree, must be a very calm one, with all the pacifiers... ;)

Lisa said...

Oh, I live in Gbg but I've never seen that! Where can I find it?

Mola-mo said...

Liker det treet. Vi skulle hatt et slikt tre for å legge fra oss dårlige vaner og tanker som ødelegger for det positive i oss. Vi kunne skrevet det negative på en lapp eller laget en liten skulptur og hengt opp, deretter gått videre med bare det positive *smil*. Det ville blitt et slags negativt-positivt tre:)

barbarabeesblog said...

Oh, this tree is great. I guess it helps the little to go over their dummy. Its sometime quite hard for them and seeing all the others went through this and (hopefully) survived is certainly encouraging.
Love this little animals and agree with the 1st Barbara about the helmet.
And Joanna love this Hamster video too.

Helene said...

Lovely tree :)

Camilla Engman said...

Lisa, it is in Slottskogen by the watertower.

Yeah, we should have a tree like that for "grown ups" too. Hanging things/notes in it that we want to get rid off.

auprès de mon arbre said...

Ahah, I laughed a lot with your not so stupid links. Thank you !

vanya'sArt said...

Ooooh,that is so cute!The tree with the pasifiers.And it brings a lot of color in the grey winter days,I bet.

Trula said...

Great idea. The tree of 'undesirable habits' for grown ups.

céline said...

I love this tree and it's also a very beautiful picture of it. Very colourful and powerful!

Bantik said...

I buried mine, because my mother told it it will grow a big tree full of them..

Barbara Ismailovic said...

haha this is fantastic :)

jan said...

Love this. What a great way for parents to join forces to help with such a task. And yes - a tree for adults would be an amazing public inter-active exhibit. I would have to hang packets of gum...

Melanie said...

oh wow that's great!! what a weird and wonderful sight.

Vanessa Samp said...

super tree and i would defintely benefit from the potential existence of a tree of old hangups for grown'd ups for sure!

lisa s said...

i need to show F this tree :)

louise said...

What a great spot, photo and idea. How lovely. xolj
PS I just turned to February on your calendar. I often take a few days to get to this enjoyable job... but love that moment of revealing a new image by your good self.

Gina Lee Bean said...

Hey, I need a tree to hang up my bad habits...but man, it would have to be a big tree! x

elianne said...

I like this idea so much.
Can I use your photo and write something about it on my blog?

Camilla Engman said...

Yes of course elianne

elianne said...

Thanks!

Ulicam said...

I like swimming pigs!

Ni said...

this is absolutely cool

kevin said...

nice picts, very cute the art of children !!!
and for your resolutions i found an idea.
the resolution man, really

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xgt8dl_resolution-man-happy-new-year-2011_creation

K.

Abigail Shaw said...

This is a beautiful idea.

Snows said...

Ohhh this is so sweet!! It's a really good idea, you grow up in community!