One sunny Autumn day three girls took a trip to the woods on Mousehold Heath. One was very young and beautiful with long golden hair. One carried a tall standard lamp, an original 1960’s Parker Knoll chair and six bags overflowing with beautiful knitted woollen products. One carried a camera
Now every child knows that forests are a place of enchantment and danger, inhabited by those that live on the edge; refugees, escaped convicts, witches and nomads, and every fairy tale forest is home to a wolf.
So the girls didn’t stray from the path, or wander too deeply into the woods where the trees cast dark shadows and obscure the daylight. They stopped by a clearing at the edge of the forest on a well trodden path surrounded by the magical backdrop to a Brothers Grimm fairytale. They opened the bags and took out their contents; a beautiful crochet blanket, a jolly santa hat, three cheerful sunflowers and a stunning crochet duffle bag – then the girl with the camera worked her magic…..
Photographs by Eliza Boo Photography.
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