Thursday, September 10, 2009

I always knew she was evil....

I've had my suspicions about Upsy Daisy for some time now....

My wee girl - roaming about the house with my camera - seems to have captured her perfectly.

Be afraid, people. Be very afraid.....

.....And it is taking ALL MY STRENGTH not to bore you with endless "Look what my 3-year-old-photographed" posts! I love the randomness of her subject-matter, and the surprisingly careful compositions. She just loves being allowed to roam around with a camera (and let's face it - it makes no mess!). Gotta love the digital age.

14 comments:

JazyJae's said...

She fits right in with OCD Makka Pakka and Speed Freak Iggle Piggle.

willywagtail said...

You are probably giving her work experience for her future career. It sounds like she has a little artist in her. Cherrie

Liam's Mummy said...

Her composition is very, very good!

Liam is a big fan of Upsy Daisy too, and his tantrums are just like Iggle Piggles big back flops (haha).

CurlyPops said...

I'm afraid....very afraid!

Cath from chunkychooky said...

Busy LOVES that bloody show! I find it quite nauseating- but I will say nothing... I am really trying to push for her to fall in love with Charlie and Lola but its not really happening yet.

ellie said...

i love finding those kids pics on my camera. they see things that i never notice - and then when they don't quite get the subject in the photo, there are often some fantastic results. i have a selection on flickr dedicated to kid-shot photos.

Cathy (tinniegirl) said...

That's fantastic. She's a truth seeker, the wee one.

Melanie said...

I am loving the current camera obsession of my 3yo as well - she took a round tour of the house last weekend - including a shot showing the inside of the toilet! Lovely... I should be glad she didn't drop the camera, I suppose!

Jennie said...

Can't stand Upsy Daisy, only because of the way she runs around saying her name over and OVER. I like Iggle Piggle because he's silent, and the Pontipines because they remind me of Morph.

My Little Jack cries when In The Night Garden ends. He only learned how to watch tv about a week ago. The things we do to get 20 minutes peace while washing the dishes.

Little Munchkins said...

That pic is awesome! You have a budding photographer in your hands.

Cass said...

Mine love the camera too. Lucy is always saying "Smile please". Thank goodness for digital!

Mel said...

That really is spooky! Seems to me there are enough kids with cameras to start up a flickr group. I agree with you - their perspective is very original.

Karin said...

Oh my, that is some scary doll this way. We never heard about upsy Daisy here and I tend to think now that is a good thing ;-)

Karin said...

Hee hee hee! That is too funny. And too scary!