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The little girl in the red jacket visits some collage hot spots.

red jacket 1 plane red jacket 2 art gallery red jacket 3 opera red jacket 4 schoolI have had a bit of fun playing with this little girl.  She looks like she desperately wants to fit in.  The images are from a vintage book on New Zealand.  I will post more soon.  She needs a name but I can’t think of one for her yet.

Posted by Anne Warren Art on April 21, 2015
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  1. 04/21/2015

    Susan! I went through school in NZ in the late sixties and in every class there were at least 3 Susan’s. The alternative would be Delwyn – she looks like a Delwyn 🙂

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    • 04/21/2015

      Fabulous she is definately a Susan. Did you know all the pictures were from a book on New Zealand.

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      • 04/21/2015

        🙂 your post mentioned that they were from a Kiwi book, and one of the shots had Mt Taranaki in the background I think.

    • 04/22/2015

      Hi Su Leslie, Yes you are right it is Mt Taranaki. It features in a number of pages from the book Wonderland of the South Pacific – New Zealand.

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      • 04/22/2015

        I love “old” books about NZ. I must ask a librarian friend about that one.

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