Project 365 | Capturing my everyday in photos | Week 14 & 15
April seemed to go by at the speed of an express train… I think that once your children start school, everything seems to get measured in school ‘terms’ (is this just me that feels like this?) Suddenly we are in the final summer term… and as this is my eldest’s final term at junior school, it really does suddenly feel like time is slipping through my fingers. It’s reasons like this that I am really glad to be doing this documentary daily project, however hard it is at times. Hope you enjoy these 2 weeks.
Hide and seek.
My lovely niece and sister. Just love her little expression!
A wonderful visit to a friend… her Great Dane stole my girl’s heart!
Happiness is… the kids climbing trees whilst I get to sit and enjoy a nice cuppa. Perfect.
My adrenaline-seeking 8 yr old! On a high tree-top adventure at Wild Wood.
I just LOVE the expression on our cat’s face… resigned to the chaos in the background!
She found a broken butterfly… still alive but damaged. Amazing to see it this close up though.
Little pockets of beauty found on the way to school.
Purple beauty of a different kind from the veg bed.
My new lens arrived – a ‘Lens-Baby’, very different kind of lens for me, so expect lots of experimenting! This was in the garden at dusk.
School exhibition on evacuees. Her little proud face makes me smile!
Playing with the new Lensbaby lens… I love this shot.
Day out to cuddle new lambs… what could be better?
Late afternoon sun. New lens. Happy Me.
The wonderful thing about books is that you can retreat and escape into them when you’ve not had the best day. I can’t imagine life without books.
She picked them on the way home from school.
So much colour in the garden right now. Loving it.
Making the most of every second that this little hand still wants to hold mine.
Friends. Love their giggles together.
I’m biased of course, but she’s beautiful. Inside and out.