Friday, 9 December 2011

Rows by any other name

Anyone who has tried to outwit a five year old will have also experienced that wilting feeling, as some piece of silliness is dissected, examined and neutralised with a logical one-liner. When I downloaded some photographs from Speckly Woo's camera, recently, I began to wonder if there might be a connection between the order she's currently drawn to through the viewfinder, and the analytical processes that help her to see her world so clearly.



  1. What a fascinating insight! I think you're probably right. She sounds like a very clear thinker (and see-er) indeed.

  2. Very interesting photos! The eye of the photographer - always looking for interesting patterns and shapes. Love the third one best of all.

  3. Children can be exceptionally clear-eyed about matters that in our adult blindness we take for granted. Love Speckly Woo's photos. The third one has that sense of rhythm and repetition that pros strive for.


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