Week In The Life™ – review part two

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Okay more of the Week In The Life™ photos. Here are some shots from Friday to Sunday.

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I’ve been taking more self portraits recently. Partly because I always do for this project but also because we were encouraged to do so in the class I took recently Storytelling with Project Life® from Ali Edwards. I have been thinking about doing a regular self portrait post but not sure I can commit to putting myself in front of the lens more than I do already… we’ll see.

Anyway back to the photos.

Guess he didn’t like the blanket. Also love that random sock sat on the radiator!

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Love me the shadows we make.

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French toast for breakfast.

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She caught us two concentrating on making arrows….

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And here she is with the completed bow and arrow.

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A little more danger before I took her home.

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Someone thinks that sticks are made for chewing…

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Good to know he loves us.

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Although clearly he loves a stick more.

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Got to document my ongoing love affair with my dressing gown!

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And that was that.

Back to share the album in the next few weeks.

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4 Responses to Week In The Life™ – review part two

  1. Lady Ella says:

    Nice gems, glimpses into your everyday.
    I’m completely flummoxed by the second pic. How did you do that!?

    • mel says:

      Thanks. So that photo… the lens is focussing on the mirror and because the apature was stopped down to 1.4 the depth of field is very narrow. To be honest I was playing about with it and took several where I was out of focus and just hit upon one that I was in focus. Hope that makes sense!

  2. Mary-Lou says:

    Ah a Buddy filled week (yeah) Niece does look quite serious with her bow & arrow set & I like her long braid – is that the fish tail braiding?

    • mel says:

      It is a fish tail, well spotted. I taught them how to do it as I am obsessed with hair creations but she hates her hair brushed……

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