“Please come for tea” the March Hare says fixing his beautiful, shiny eyes upon you. How can you resist?
Flowers blossoming in ways that are marvelous to behold.
He hops along the path that leads to a most intriguing setting for tea.
He moves so fast he is almost transparent. Where did he go? Where has he left you?
As you move through the garden the tea cups seem to appear out of the flowers.
Suddenly there they are – teacups! But big enough to swim in.
So you dance on the rim feeling a kind of amazed exuberance.
It’s odd, the flowers seem to talk. You must be getting sleepy.
Walking through the handle of the teacup. When did you get so small? Or did the teacup grow?
You search for the March Hare and think you see his eyes looking back at you even as you make it to the tea table.
You are so tired you rest on some of the sweets!
You may be tired, but the March Hare is busy taking tea.
The teacups are shrinking. Is this good or bad?
You need to get back home. Maybe the stone bridge will take you there.
Instead you are led to the tunnel in the bay.
You are asked to stay, but you’d prefer to go home and have a cup in a safe place where you know what to expect.
Ahhh! This cup is just Assam.
(A variety of apps were used in the making of this tea party. Diana App for double exposure. Snapeee for decorating. Comics Camera for high contrast.)
Models: Sir Fernly
as the March Hare. Madeleine Ooka as You. Lynda Shoup as the talking flower.