Walking Path in park denied
Other than the usual non-sequiter, asinine reason (not permanent? Seasonal display?) The only relevant input I got back was "does not meet acceptance criteria." But this clearly meets the acceptance criteria. It is:
A great place for exercise
A place you'd go to get some fresh air, stretch your legs, or exercise. Places that encourage walking, exercising, and enjoying public spaces.
This is EXACTLY what the walking path is.
The only possible relevant rejection criteria is:
Does not meet eligibility criteria
Does not seem to be a great place of exploration, place for exercise, or place to be social. The object is mass-produced, generic, or not visually unique or interesting.
The first is clearly not applicable; it is a great place for exercise. The second part about "mass-produced, generic, or not visually unique" is also not applicable. It is not mass-produced or generic. It is a one-off intentionally designed curving path. As a paved path through a grass field, it is visually distinct.
Some help please...