This year I am participating in a blog circle where an international group of photographers post 10 images from the previous month on the 10th (get it – 10 on 10). To keep the circle going, head to the link at the bottom of the page and check out some serious talent! I recently bought a Samsung Galaxy S9 so all the shots in this month’s 10 on 10 are from that phone and then edited with the Snapseed app. We went to the local annual show in our old stomping grounds, the Hawkesbury Show. We were in the area due to my exhibition at a gallery in the Blue Mountains so decided to take the girls. It was quite a different experience to when I went as a kid when we went to see the animals, craft and baking displays while dodging the rides and sideshow alley. The girls were so tired from all their rides and sideshow games that we headed home before getting so much as a whiff of manure. Winners, step right up! Let the rides begin! I know the crazy person who those legs belong to. This rides swung around on a pendulum while […]
This year I am participating in a blog circle where an international group of photographers post 10 images from the previous month on the 10th (get it – 10 on 10). To keep the circle going, head to the link at the bottom of the page and check out some serious talent! When we lived in the Blue Mountains, we would often visit my sister and her family in Canberra. Between the two of us there are four children who are all close in age and they get along really well and it has been awesome watching them grow up together despite living a few hours away. Since moving to Newcastle though, Canberra is little bit further away which means we can’t head down on a weekend or on a bit of a whim. During the longer Easter break though we bundled up in my parents’ car and all went down to Canberra together. We met up with my cousins for an Easter Saturday lunch at Cotter Dam and since it is quite an extended summer this year, the kids were able to paddle in the river trying to catch fish. The youngest in the fish search party wasn’t as […]
10 on 10 | March Each month, on the tenth day, a group of photographers post ten images from the previous month. Each photographer links to another in their post which in the end comes full circle back to the photographer you started with. This is my contribution for March, using a collection of images from February. Don’t forget to follow through the circle with a clickable link at the end. February was a pretty quiet month for us here yet full on lots of new things, firsts and getting settled in to the new routine. I attempted a Day in the Life of our family on 27 Feb but didn’t make it much past school drop off… Evie is definitely a book worm. Olive is becoming more independent The beach is where Evie belongs. Evie was pleased to learn she hadn’t forgotten how to do up the zip on her dress during school holidays. To keep moving your way around the circle and see what the other 10 on 10 photographers got up to, head over to Jessica Dherari‘s 10 on 10 post.
This year I am participating in a blog circle. I was unable to post for January due to my computer being in a box in a shipping container in a warehouse so here I am with my first contribution! I am proudly joining a group of photographers who either shoot ten images on the tenth day of each month or curate ten images from the previous month. Follow the link at the bottom of the post to keep making your way around the circle to the next photographer! My ten images for February are from the tenth of January. I wanted to document how we were spending our days living in the temporary apartment accommodation. While we tried to get out for a small adventure each day, this just happened to be a day we stayed in and looking back it seems that cabin fever was at its peak with emotions being high or low – there was no middle level. Don’t forget that this post is part of a monthly blog circle. To continue the circle, following a group of photographers all sharing ten images from either a theme or a day or simply the previous month, click here […]