When the Royals the Duke of Cambridge and his wife Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, decided to make their first official pictures of Prince George they did it from the privacy of the Middleton garden at Buckleberry, according to an August 20 report from Sky News.
Gardens make lovely scenes for family photos and Prince William and his family portrait--replete with canine pets--is no exception. With the sun working like a halo around Kate's long tresses, and the obvious shade of some tree in the foreground, the beaming couple look positively rural and common, which is exactly how they wanted it.
The Atlanta Botanical Garden believes that grass-covered lawns have more uses than just as great photography site locations, which is why they have brought in a "menagerie of magical creatures" with 19 living sculptures on view now through October.
You can take your little tyke to see a pair of gigantic cobras or a group of rabbits, with some sculptures towering 25 feet in height and as much as 20 feet wide. It would make a great photo op for the family, with unusual and never before seen sculptures as your picture backdrop. And just think how much the kids would love touching and seeing the bigger-than-life objects.
Little Prince George is too young to appreciate such beauty on that kind of a magnificent scale, but the prince or princess in your Georgia home may not be, and what better time to teach them about mosaiculture then when it is right in front of them?