Comment: the scene, at first, looks very confusing to me. Perhaps the numbers of elements that distracts the viewer. I like the composition, although I don't like the cars. In some decades we'll find them a sign of out time, but for now it's a bit annoying. The subjects are well placed and I love the girl having fun in that gizmo and the jovial look on her grandmother, which feet donīt even touch the ground.
comment: this image is full of weird details and sweet ones and my incapacity to fully understand it, makes it very intriguing to my eyes. What the hell is that yellow thing? Captured close to a bench and on a sidewalk makes me wonder if it is meant for kids or grown out . The woman sitting on the bench with the feet not touching the ground is cute and looks like another children. The instruction that seems to talk about fire and burns is another puzzling element that doesn't fit with my idea of playground. Interesting image. I love also the colors. I wish you could have framed leaving out the cars and giving a 'out of time' feeling to the image, but still, I like it really very much.
Thanks so much for the feedback. That yellow thing as you call it, it's for doing sit-ups, in the streets of China you can find all kind of things to train your body. But yeah, chinese streets are very puzzling, and the country as a whole is too...
Au contraire! Some of my Mongol colleagues had never(!) cut their hair and they had braids that reached the ground - but strangely, middle-aged women would cut their hair in the belief that it encouraged thicker growth.