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There is a place where you can find the door to where Captain Fish is living. The place is named after him, Captain Fish's doorknob. (Peter, 4 years old)
Outdoor play and learning are always situated somewhere in landscapes and places. For this reason, outdoor play and learning are inseparable from and must be understood in relation to landscapes and places.
One way to describe landscapes and places is as measurable, geometrical points on a map: distances, topography, buildings ...