Rejected for School Plot, Number schild in foto, acceptance criterion
Druing Corona i have looked a little bit in my town for new Submission.
During the last time i have many rejected Submissions. And sometimes i get angry about the reason cause PPL do in voting just don't look right and reject it even though it's not even that true.
According to this: in My town small children play with this and climb around here on this object.
So my Opinion to this submission : Kleiner Kletterturm or in Englisch Small climbing tower.
So thats the environmental image.
On this Location it is to find.
We have here a little small Playground with sandbox.
So my question is.. why is it rejected even though it can be seen very well via satelite?
Should I create a street view Sphare (google Street view 360°) for each stop?
Thanks until here
Kids playing on it doesn't automatically make it a playground. That just looks like a lone metal structure in a grass field. There's no other playground equipment, there's no sign designating this a playground, there's no benches... Looks like a garden structure that just has nothing growing on it atm, tbh. Perhaps it's a cultural thing and you could get it approved without an upgrade - but otherwise, it really doesn't look like a playground or gathering spot to me, and I would have rejected as well.
A single jungle gym or any other piece of equipment does not make a playgrounds. A playground would consist of mutiple pieces of equipment, either standalone or combined into a single structure.
Ich habe nicht darueber abgestimmt, aber es ist offensichtlich, dass das kein Kletterturm ist. Es ist auch kein Spielplatz und auf Google maps hast du den pin irgendwo in die Krieau gesetzt. Auf den ersten Blick schaut das von dir gezeigte Objekt, wie ein Gelaender aus auf dem zB Rosen wachsen. Also, warum bist du jetzt sauer? Deine reviewer werden sich gedacht haben, dass du sie fuer bloed verkaufen willst und haben dem entsprechend abgestimmt
For me (Central-Eastern European here), it very clearly looks like an old playground play structure. They were extremely common in my childhood, practically every block of flats had its own. However, today they're not really considered safe and they're actively being removed and replaced with modern playground equipment.
To be honest, this was always going to be a hard sell: it doesn't really look like something that's currently played with by children.