Sunday, 8 May 2011

Silent Sunday #17


Silent Sunday

39 comments:

Mummy...Mummy.....MUM!! said...

Wow! Where was that?

Mummy and the Beastie said...

Another fab shot starring Mini Cheddar. We you that close or is it the cameras perspective? lovely old building behind xx

multiplemummy said...

Wow, I can't believe how close it was to you! Love the fact she is pointing. x

Tempest said...

That is one amazing photo. What a fabulous capture!

I Heart Motherhood said...

what a beautiful shot! Love the colours, hipstamatic?

Liska said...

Ahhhh would love to know where that is?
Her hair has got so long - it's gorgeous.

I want to take Aaron to London Zoo but haven't yet
xx

alysonsblog said...

beautiful - what brave Deer

Nicki Cawood said...

"Look!!". What a brilliant picture, I can almost feel the excitement!

ForestFlower said...

Awww beautiful. Every aspect of it :) x

nicsnotebook.com said...

What a brill place for a picnic! Looks so lovely x

Donna@MummyCentral said...

Wow. There's one to look back on in the future and remember with fondness. Great picnic, and great company x

Kirsty said...

Brilliant - beautifully composed and what a gorgeous moment! (And, as an iPhone obsessive, I think it's Instagram, not Hipstamatic?)

Cassandra said...

Great shot, love it :)

Vickie said...

Wow how tame where is this?

Mummy's Little Monkey (@Jax2000) said...

You couldn't have actually planned this if you tried!!!! Where is it - huh? Huh???? I want deer wandering around my picnics too!!!!! x

The syders said...

Absolutely stunning shot! Beautiful! x

Pixie's Mum said...

What a beautiful place, LOVELY photo xxx

Reluctant Housedad said...

That is really, really lovely. Wish we could take the kids there today

..:.lab.:.. said...

Great pic! Love perspective, colour and stripes ;) Lx

Herding Cats said...

Wow! How lucky is that!?

Him Up North said...

That is slightly magical...

Mummy Mishaps aka Jenny Paulin said...

Wow! That is a brave deer! Love the way Freya is pointing to her. The light in the photo has been captured well too x

Emma said...

Great shot! And great contrast in the lights and darks captured on the pic.

Inside the Wendy House said...

Is this Dunham Massey? I so want to see a deer!!!!

Beadzoid said...

Awww so lucky to capture that! How tame is that deer? Excellent!

I too would like to know where that be! xXx

Alethea Hill said...

Oh my goodness, how lovely to be able to get so close!

Gorgeous picture!

Scribbling Mum said...

Wow!

mum in meltdown said...

perfect shot!! gorgeous

Mrs E said...

Gorgeous- was it that near or does it appear nearer in the photo? xx

Lisha said...

Seems a bit of a magical picnic! Loving Mini Cheddar's sunglasses.

jennie said...

There is something magical about this shot. Would be a great story starter to inspire reluctant writers in school x

EmVi said...

What a lovely place to have a picnic. How close is that deer? :-)

SAHMlovingit said...

Thanks for all your lovely comments. For those asking where this was taken - it was at Dunham Massey which is a National Trust place in Altrincham Cheshire (£5 to park per car or free to members).

This is in the deer park where my friend and I had a picnic with our children - it was beautiful. This wasn't the closest the deer came to us and other people, they would feed from your hand too.

Would highly recommend it to anyone.

SAHMlovingit said...

Oh and top marks to Kirsty - it was taken on my iPhone using Instagram :)

dawniebrown said...

Wow what a fabulous photo :)

mumsarcade said...

this looks like about 16 great photos all combined in one. So many lovely elements - the child, the picnic, the shadows, the trees, the deer, the buildings.
My try is over at http://gigglingatitall.blogspot.com

Mari's World said...

Beautiful photo, I love shots taken form behind the child, seems like I'm seeing through her eyes

Herding Cats said...

Thanks for your comment. Yes, Missy is indeed my bird. He's 12 years old and has been with us for 10 of those years. He's a galah cockatoo, which are considered pests in their native Austriala.

I also have an African Grey called Izzy Whizz who will be 5 years old on 16th May.

SAHMlovingit said...

Thanks for all the subsequent comments

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