As I write this, school is out, baseball is done, and somehow June has almost left us. I don't know how that happens so quickly! I probably drive my friends a little nuts because I think "where did this month go?" might be a bit of a mantra for me, but I think it makes me appreciate daily shooting even more. I love having something to look back on to show all the fun the month contained, especially when I can't seem to actually remember what we did.
If you're new here, 365 Degrees is a blog circle created by a group of photographers who are all completing personal Project 365's. One photo, every single day! We've joined up to give a collaborative peek into our lives. To follow the circle, go check out Jen's week at Jen McDonald Photography next. Her camping photos make me wish I was sitting near a fire right now!
Father's Day brought a family bike ride, but she had to be in our bike trailer and was disappointed. We snuck out one early morning to a local park with lots of flat ground to let her practice. I think she rode all of five minutes before the playground was more enticing.
There is something about finding the smallest nooks of the house in which to play. When it gets too quiet, I always find them tucked behind the couch or in the pantry, immersed in their own little worlds.
This pair of shoes wont fit for at least a few years, but that doesn't stop her from trying.
On the longest night of the year, I took a moment to look through my finger smudged window and appreciate the bits of light still peeking in. Before the kids, we used to go downtown late at night and I'd take a photo of the skyline. For now, I'll enjoy it at 10pm from the comfort of my couch. Maybe in a few years I'll be able to include them in the old tradition.
Chutes and ladders, but Planes Fire and Rescue style. I'll give you one guess who 'won'.
Living in a newer city neighborhood, I get a little stir crazy and wish for the small town atmosphere I grew up in. Lately we've been trekking out into various ravines and parks, finding our own little slices of quiet green space.
I braved Bulk Barn with both kids to grab something my husband needed. Bulk Barn is filled with all sorts of bulk goods including a pretty incredible candy aisle. Deciding between a few gummy butterflies or a few gummy frogs to take home as a treat is a major process.
Don't forget to follow over to Jen McDonald Photography and around the circle to see what the others have been up to!