Through a child’s eye: Our ‘vaddo’ in St. Cruz, Goa [2 of 2]

As promised yesterday, here are the set of images from Aadyaa. She was 4 when she clicked these. I’m completely biased here, so I won’t venture my opinions at all. Only wan to say that the finger blocking a bit of some of the frames is so cute!

Would love to know what y’all think though! Please, please write in.

(Psst…she’s all set to start her very own art blog now, so your comments will only encourage her!)

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About ramblinginthecity

I am an architect and urban planner, a writer and an aspiring artist. I love expressing myself and feel strongly that cities should have spaces for everyone--rich, poor, young, old, healthy and sick, happy or depressed--we all need to work towards making our cities liveable and lovable communities.

Posted on January 21, 2015, in Travel & Experiences and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. These pictures are really nice! Esp the first with the gravel on the road and the one with the abandoned N green-ed window structure. Amazing how kids with no pre conceived ideas about composition N colour can capture these beautiful photos on instinct alone. Aadya N Udai have super potential!!!
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  2. The remnants of the old building with all the green overgrowth – superb!!

  3. Fascinating to see through a child’s eyes, the sights and textures that capture her interest. I hope you’ll provide a link to her blog once she gets it up and running. I would love to have a dialog with her. There are many questions to ask and much to learn.

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