Whenever I'm out and about with Speckly Woo, and she has her bright pink camera at the ready, I rarely guide her towards what I think would make an interesting photograph. The temptation is there, but I always resist. The main reason being, I'm always curious, and not a little surprised to see what appeals to a child's eye.
One of her methods is to aim the lens at a point near her feet. In fact, sometimes she actually gets her feet in shot. But the world at that level, and a few inches higher, is not without aesthetic appeal.
At present, her mind isn't cluttered up with techniques and rules. Something floats into view and she catches it...or not. There's no disappointment, no angst over poor exposure or camera shake. Speckly Woo! has the world at her feet and, as far as she's concerned, some of it is obviously worth capturing.