Alnwick Garden ~ April 2018 ~ people

Part 1 HERE. Part 2 HERE. Part 3 HERE

Alnwick Gardens is a popular place for families to visit, as long as it isn’t raining too hard, there’s always a lot of cars in the car park. It’s such a big place though so you never feel crowded. It’s a good place to people watch if you are so inclined

Baby Love




Happy face


Halcyon days



Picnic people


Unco-ordinated Vlogger (I mean! Pink AND red?? Social death 🙄 )


that’s better 🙂


Girl on a mission


devil-children chasing ducks.


the kiddy-magnet pool



Sophie people-shooting.

We’ll finish up this series next time with the giant tree house and some extraneous extras, so stay tooned my lovlies,

treat yourself to the embiggenable versions of the pictures by clicking on them if you like 🙂


30 thoughts on “Alnwick Garden ~ April 2018 ~ people

  1. I never think to photograph people. Somehow, to my puritan sensibilities, it seems rude.
    This is stupid, I know, because portrait photography is very very interesting. There’s a story in every shot! And the portrait photographers I have seen in books and magazines and films are amazing. I am going to Italy on Monday. Maybe I will try and capture Italians being Italians. Or something along that line.
    Your gardens and people watching are great to behold. I love the captions you gave them which really provides a clue to their story–like “Devil Children Chasing Ducks”.
    Great post, Fraggle.
    Oh, how I would love to walk under the pink blossoms surrounded by yellow Daffodils! Only in England…

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  2. I love people watching. My man and I always talk about conducting some social experiments to see how people react to things. Like, you. Always see, in the movies, people getting dumped in a restaurant… How would people react to that happening? 🤔 Or possibly a very publicly turned down proposal…
    That girl with the clashing outfit and accessories will be a social pariah… You probably should have warned her. 😉😂😂

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