Susie and the Great Woodland Tumble

Being a short photographic exposition of how the combination of a heavy bag, fidgety exuberance, and gravity, might altogether cause a young girl to tumble in the woods.

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So there was Susie, all pretty and happy on her oaken knoll. Beside her sat Ayla, calm and delicate in her knolly balance. Peace reigned gently in the Awbridge Woodlands.

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And then along came Edward, who delighted the ladies by burying his face in the mossy lump.


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But o – such woody thrills caused an imbalance in young Susie, who fell victim to her backpack’s sure groundward destiny.


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And down, with the bag, was she drawn.

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First she knocked off Ed’s hat, while he was still moss-sniffing. He started up angry at such disturbance…but soon saw the comedy.

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The bluebells delicately chortled, and the wood-spurge tittered; giggles aplenty were heard through the woods, that afternoon, when Susie from the tump did fall.

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