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Alice and The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party
From “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by Lewis Caroll.

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One of my first and favourite childhood story books was Alice in Wonderland, which I still have.

“Take some more tea” the March Hare said to Alice, earnestly."
“I’ve had nothing yet,” Alice replied in an offended tone:
“so I can’t take more.”
“You mean you can’t less,” said the Hatter:
“It’s very easy to take more than nothing.”

Storybook Garden, Hunter Valley Gardens, New South Wales, Australia.

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alice and the mad hatters tea party, alice in wonderland, story book garden, hunter valley gardens, hunter valley, new south wales, australia, marilyn harris, blossom, gardens, story book, march hare, hatter, alice, dweedle dum, dweedle dee, doormouse

Retirement has made it possible for me to be more creative and what better way to enjoy being creative than photography!
I have been fortunate enough to have traveled throughout Australia, England, Ireland, Europe and Egypt, keeping my trusty camera with me at all times.

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  • Roy  Massicks
    Roy Massicksabout 2 years ago

    What a wonderful find Marilyn – children must love this place ! The foliage makes a lovely frame for your photo.

  • Thanks so much Roy! The adults enjoy it just as much a the kiddies! lol! :o)

    – Marilyn Harris

  • Charlie Mclenahan
    Charlie Mclenahanabout 2 years ago

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  • billfox256
    billfox256about 2 years ago

    “There is a place, like no place on earth. A land full of wonder, mystery, and danger!
    Some say to survive it: you need to be as mad as a hatter.”
    {The Mad Hatter}

    A wonderful creation Marilyn, well deserving of accolades!!!! Bill

  • Thank you so much Bill! So agree! One needs a sense of humour – laughter is always the best medicine! :o)

    – Marilyn Harris

  • artbluemuffin
    artbluemuffinabout 1 year ago

    Hi
    I am a Masters student based in Perth WA currently completing an elective on Curatorship and exhibiting. I have to set up an exhibition
    and I was referred to your work as perfect for the show. Happy for you to submit beyond the 5th if you need to…
    its a bit different- you only have to post an example of some of your work at this stage, preferably with an Alice theme.

    Dont hesitate to ask me questions.

    Cheers

    Julie Fearns Pheasant

    ’Its Just Alice ’
    A page set up for invited Australian creatives involved in an event based on Wonderland in 2014.
    An exhibition/event with a difference; it is works in progress, works in action, its work on display.
    Its just Alice.

    Description
    CREATIVE SUBMISSIONS WANTED
    Ist Submission by 4th May

    Artists, Filmmakers, Poets, Writers, Actors and Crafts persons

    This is just the start.

    Be involved in this exciting new project planned to be held at the fantastic Fremantle Art Centre in 2014

    Limited spaces available.

    There are several stages in the project:
    (Persons completing first stage by the 4th May will be automatically in show)
    - Your first response to the theme, word WONDERLAND
    - …Quick sketches, poems, storyboards, ideas/film ideas, diagrams to be submitted jpg/word format, to be submitted in 3 days. (4th May). On the Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/ArtOfAlice
    As weeks go buy, a piece of writing, a word, a piece of prose will be chosen as a challenge. Your audience will watch your challenges.

    HOWEVER, YOU HAVE TO BE PART OF THE FIRST SUBMISSION TO BE PART OF IT.
    -
    The event will last for 14 days. There will be artwork on walls, in progress, read, acted and filmed.

    Audiences will be invited to watch the progress on Facebook, on a Blog page, during the event…and purchase art, poems, and videos of performance on the day.

    An Event submission will be placed to the Board of Fremantle Art Centre at the end of May.

    Scared of such a short time to create?

    Dare yourself.

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