Since when does a playground need to be "historically or culturally significant."
Both me and a friend Nominated the same playground without realising it. She sent me a screen shot of her rejection email. I told her I submitted the same playground and sure enough, I got exactly the same reason for my rejection of the same playground. I'm just a bit baffled as to why this particular playground is required to be "historically or culturally significant."
It also suggested I improve the photo. I don't think it's a bad photo, seen plenty worse than this....
Just interested in what other's think.