Six on Saturday-Alice edition

This week you are getting treated to an additional six as Alice has had her camera out. She would have gone for lots more photos but she ran out of memory on the camera. So here we have six photos from Alice.

1. The windmill

Alice went for the ornaments first. Alice has bought several windmills for the garden over the last few years and they’ve almost all snapped apart from this one which has survived our strong winds so far.

2. Gnomes

We bought two of these tiny plant topper gnomes last month. She is now relocating them on a regular basis, though they mainly return to the fairy house.

3. The fairy garden

The fairy garden has been getting a bit more care lately, though as Alice is playing out a lot of the residents are in the mud kitchen now. Though at the moment I’m glad I sorted out a number of the things she can play with outside last month. She’s making up wonderful stories around her characters. Her imagination is on fire at the moment.

4. Camellia japonica ‘Dr. King’

The camellia is starting to open its flowers. It’s got a lot more blooms on it than last year. Some are looking to have suffered from frost damage. We’ll see how badly before we decide if the space could be used better.

5. Daffodils

She’s still at an age where she is mainly interested in the flowers, no interest in the finer side of foliage but she’ll learn. So here are some daffs.

6. Portrait of the photographer

Then she wanted some photos of herself. Here she is posing with one of the daffs either snapped by the gulls or neighbors cat.

Hope you’ve enjoyed the bonus content. Interesting to see what a 3-year-old considers to be the best parts of the garden. She’s eagerly waiting on her Riding Hood tulips to come into flower. She’s gone with a lot of red flowers so she’s a bit dismissive of many of the flowers currently. But for her favourite colour, we’ve got tulips, sweet peas and salvias on the way. Enjoy your weekends.

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10 thoughts on “Six on Saturday-Alice edition”

  1. Excellent photography! Nothing blurred and nothing chopped off at the top or bottom or side! She has a good eye! And tell her I love her fairy garden. πŸ‘ΈπŸ§šβ€β™€οΈπŸ§šβ€β™‚οΈ

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    1. She’s been playing with it the last month. We did consider giving her a kiddy camera but they look rubbish so we’ve just given her one of old ones we never use. She’s picked it up quickly, but kids these days are just used to technology.

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  2. Alice I love your choices for Six on Saturday they are all so cheery and that is what we grownups need at the moment. I like you love flowers and I am lucky enough to have a garden full of spring flowers to admire. Hope you continue to enjoy playing in your garden as you grow up.

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  3. Born to be a photographer! Perhaps she’ll be a garden photographer and she’ll sell tons of gorgeously illustrated books for people like us to drool over. Do tell her how much I loved her photographs! 😁

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