NY - Shore Front Parkway Beach 98th Street Playground
Video features a Landscape Structures Shore Front Parkway Beach 98th Street Playground in Queens New York.
[video: video begins with a slightly elevated view of a playground structure colored in bright greens, light blue, and accents of yellow. Two circular tower structures are surrounded by an elevated decking with play panels, climbers, and slides spread throughout. The scene switches to a bird’s eye view of the half moon shaped play area. A concrete walkway curves along the outside of the play space up to a connecting accessible bridge to the elevated decking of the structure. Scene switches to ground view as children can be heard playing on the structure while parents sit on park benches. Scene switches with a focuses vertical pan up one of the circular towers of the structure. The camera focuses on one of the towers slanted circular shaped roof with open slats and perforated triangle shaped panels. Scene switches to a full elevated view of the play space as a handful of children play on the lower parts of the structure. The camera switches to the opposite side of the play space. The camera pans over the tops of the two circular tower roofs. The camera continues to pan around the play structure at different angles showing the different climbers, play panels, and slides.]
[video: with an elevated view the camera back pans down a walkway lining a beach. Multiple play spaces sit on the street side of the walkway. With a bird’s eye view the camera focuses on a unique circular structure with cargo netting, belted seats, steps, and hammocks. Camera switches to a ground view of the circular structure showing the outer frameworks interesting, warped shaping for a different level of play. Scene switches to a different play space with obstacle course like stations. Camera focuses on two angled walls of one of the obstacle course events where users must hold themselves up between the two walls. Camera focuses on an A-frame cargo net climb obstacle. Scene fades to black and back into a full elevated view of the play spaces with the city scape in the background. A man bikes down the walking path lining the beach side of the park. The screen fades to white. A black vertical line appears in the center of the screen. The Site Specialists New York logo sides out to the right of the line. Then the Landscape Structures logo slides out to the left of the line. Text fades in below both logos reading: For a better tomorrow we play today. Screen fades to black and video ends.]