I was curious what sort of pictures she took at Pennsic, so I pulled all the pics off the camera. I’m posting a representative assortment of them, because Bob commented that it was interesting to see what “a child’s view of Pennsic” looks like. Looked at in that light, I was interested in what interested her.
This is her little battery powered fan. She took about a half a dozen pictures of it.
What a cool map of Pennsic! I never noticed it, which is just as well because I probably would have bought it. It's inspired me to create one of my own.
I don't know if she snapped this before or after I started obsessing over it.
Gravel. And someone's foot. She took lots of pictures of the ground - I have no idea why. Color? Texture? Because she's built close to it? I can barely speculate, but it was a noticable theme.
Her dress, or daddy's hose. I know that it's green linen, but whose?
This next piece of linen is definitely her dress. I know this, because of the sequence of photos that comes afterwards. For the record - I have NO idea where I was when this was going on. I can speculate, because I think I know which merchant we were at, but how I could have missed this is beyond me.
The fifth one down made me laugh uncontrollably when I saw it for the first time.
Still life with socks. It's actually a pretty cool picture.
Again - no idea where I was. I didn't even notice the really cool floor mats. I need to be more observant.
Still life with snoods. I'm guessing she was drawn to the colors, but who knows?
More in her gravel series. I really don't understand the fascination.