Monday, 10 October 2011

Look Mum, No Tripod!

Our recent trip to Salisbury was a family affair...


which included the ever present, Mary.


Familiar countryside passed in a flash and,


very soon, Speckly Woo was lining up suitable subjects. 
This ancient door-handle at the Cathedral, caught her eye.


As did this sculpture in silhouette...


and this rather fine sketch.



10 comments:

  1. She really does have a good eye. It's fascinating to see what catches her attention.

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  2. How old is SW now Martin?
    You must be a fine mentor for her
    Happy days

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  3. Must have been a 'grand day out' for all.

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  4. jennyfreckles - She's just discovered that she can record short video clips, too. A whole new world.

    Delwyn - SW is almost five years old, now. I love it when we're out and about, cameras in hand.

    Isabel - It was magical.

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  5. Fantastic stuff! Love to see the world through the eyes of children :)

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  6. She does have a great eye for detail - and she's lucky enough to have such a good mentor and teacher.

    Julie xx

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  7. what a love! Speckly Woo is a talented 5 year old- with the luck of having such a wonderful Grandfather!

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  8. I think I might need to borrow your Speckly Woo. I have a photographic project coming up in the little village of Thornton and I need the help of "an artistic eye". (Don't tell Jennyfreckles though)

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  9. Aw, bless her! Not much older than my youngest. The magic when seeing the world through their eyes is incomparable. If only we could hold onto it. :-)

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  10. SW has a great future ahead of her. Quite the visionary!

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