So here we are, a quarter of the way into this year. seems.just.so.unreal.
1.) the middle working on his bike with his dad. You would think his bike was broken forever from the looks of his forlorn face. but it was quickly fixed.
2) the youngest. not sure if i caught it right, but he was hanging out in our bed one morning, which I know won't happen much longer and i just needed to capture his wry goofy looks.
3) my oldest's photo is down below. he was sick most of this week, so i am using a photo from easter sunday. i think he looks like a prep school boy who had a rough night with too many jelly beans.
I love it. Last week in the comment section Max, from the blog Blackbird Has Spoke, wrote "my photos do seem better and yet i'm not doing anything different except looking harder!" i love this sentiment. because it is, for us, for us who are so very busy, it is the looking harder. longer. looking faster. scooping up moments & catching things as they are, in that moment.
like fleeting fireflies in glass jars....
along these same lines, i am curious how others are making this project fresh for themselves... how do you keep it from being being routine and route? i see this as a project to grow & learn from & i would love to know your thoughts and your own experiences of trying to keep things from being stale and blah.
have you seen these two? and these two? and these two? these two? (really -not kidding) and these four? all just superb.
hope you are well.