Never step inside a fairy ring…


What better to share on May Day than a picture of a genuine Fairy Ring? This one can be found in the Enchanted Garden at the Winterthur Museum. When unsuspecting children do step inside, they are sprayed with a very fine mist, the work, I’m sure of some mischievous sprites. It occasions much wonderment and staring at one’s legs:


More about our day trip to Winterthur at a later date. These pictures are for Photo Friday at Delicious Baby. Happy Spring to all!

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  1. Oh this is so sweet! A genuine enchanted fairy ring, very nice.

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  2. That’s so neat!!

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  3. Too cute! My daughter would love it! Since she has lost a tooth she has developed a major interest in fairies!

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  4. what a great idea. Spray the kids when they go in it!
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  5. HOW COOL IS THIS?? oh, i want one of those gardens. our daughter has always loved fairies.

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  6. I’ve never even heard of Winterthur before but it is now on our travel list…that enchanted garden looks magical for all ages! Thanks for sharing this.

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  7. Too cute. I love the mushroom!

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  8. Aha! I grew up in the land of fairy rings!
    The one in this photo is so much more interesting than the random circular patches of green I experienced as a child.
    But they’re all magical :)

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  9. I love fairy rings. We have one in our garden and noted that it has grown larger this year. We wait, every autumn, for the mushrooms to sprout. Brings me back to my days as a little girl, growing up in a Convent :-)

  10. Too lovely! And I was just wondering what to do with a spare patch in the corner of my yard. Now my brain can get to work on how to recreate this slice of magic.

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