Harriet enjoys spending time on a passion flower vine swing in the garden.
Harriet believes in multi-functional fashion. Today she is wearing an “antique” beaded sash she found in an old jewelry box. The sash can be used as a crown or even a belt—depending on the look she’s going for that day.
According to legend, a giant who once maintained the passion flower garden used to wear the sash as a ring. But that remains a legend.
Contrary to the photographer’s wishes, Harriet decided to turn in to a trapeze artist. Fortunately, no one got hurt during the photo shoot.
Harriet has friends that are adventurers, dancers and even fashion models. She will be introducing you to them in upcoming blogs.
Thank you to my friend Jennifer who encouraged me to create.
“Fresh” acorn tops from Erwin Park – an enchanting and peaceful place ideal to get lost in.
Harriet is the 4th doll in an ongoing series. She was “born” on June 28, 2015.
Camera: Big Bertha (Canon EOS 5D Mark II)
Lens: My beloved 100 mm macro lens (Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 L macro IS)
Inspiration: Felt Wee Folk: New Adventures, a book by Salley Mavor