The 10 on 10 is a blog circle project for amateur and professional photographers alike. The goal is to write a blog post to be published on the tenth day of the month and for the post to feature ten photographs taken on the same day or ten favourites across the previous month. To keep moving your way around the circle, head to the clickable link to the next photographer at the end of this post.
This month I chose ten images from a building project my daughters embarked up on while we were visiting my parents. They wanted to build my Mum (Granne) a club house. Evie was the project manager but my Dad (Pups) taught both girls how to remove nails from wood, showed them how to saw, got them to mark out the spots required for sawing and nails and taught them how to pre-drill holes when the spiral nails proved too hard to hammer in. We all delighted in their successes and final creation- even if it was heavily modified from the original idea due to a shortage of wood and energy.
I felt Pups was VERY brave to hold the nail steady this way. It was Olive’s first time wielding a hammer…
Pups found an opportunity for his favourite ‘I cut off my thumb’ joke/trick. Evie wasn’t sure at first but found it funny once she was certain he was okay.
The final product became known as The Square of Silence and is a quiet place for Granne to read a book. Evie is proudly watching the maiden use of the end product.
Head on over to Caroline M Collins Photography to see what the talented Caroline was up to this past month.