For those who grew up in suburban or rural areas, there's something strange about rooftop playgrounds. Hell, even for city-dwellers, the weird loneliness is hard to shake: all that bright plastic penned in by climbing skyscrapers; the tall, curved fences that make the area seem like a cell, or a small jail. There's an odd contrast between the blankness of the surrounding buildings and the postage stamp where kids are supposed to play.

Just see for yourself.

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Toronto

[via Daviding]

Tags: playgrounds, rooftop-playgrounds, new-york, london, melbourne, copenhagen
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