Day 100: Complete
A day late but we got there in the end. Looking forward to the weekends exhibition but still have no idea how I will exhibit my photographs. Feeling a little sad it’s over and looking forward to 100 Days Project 2015! I had to finish with these crazies.
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Day 51: Grandad
We are lucky to have three out of four of my grandparents (my kids great grandparents) and spent a lovely morning with my Grandma and Grandad at the shops and having coffee this morning.
This photo was inspired by my Grandma who suggested this shot a few months ago and due to 100 Days Project I finally took it today.
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Day 31: City Kids
My city kids getting their mud on at their great grandparents farm.
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A few weeks ago we went up to North Head in Devonport to photograph the Grootscholten family and had so much fun!By the time we were finished the kids and myself were covered in mud. You know it has been a fun session when you go home muddy. There are more photos on my facebook page here .
Such a beautiful family and lovely kids x
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Day 5: Siblings
Today I worked and had the privilege of photographing these four little monkeys. Can you tell how much fun we had by the mud and the dirt!
My very special friend Deb is participating in the Accor Race to Survive Fiji – to find out more have a look here www.accorracetosurvive.co.nz
I’m doing my bit to help her fund raise so if you are thinking about booking a portrait sitting then now is the time – email me to book a sitting and I will donate $40 from each sitting to the Accor Race to Survive Fund on behalf of Deb!
NEW SUMMER PORTRAIT SPECIAL $199!
– Photography 1 hour at a location of your choice (within the Auckland Area)
– 10 5×7 images included
– Images on website for friends & family to order from
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to book a sitting
We wish you & yours a happy, safe and very merry 2014!
I am about to do a fundraising Photo Shoot for my son’s kindergarten, which seems a bit self promoting now I have jointly taken on the Kindergarten Committee President role, but at the end of the day it is fundraising and I am hoping the kindy families will be excited to be able to have a professional shoot and support the kindy without breaking the bank!
Matt (my husband) and I are having a debate over which image I should use, personally I like the bottoms shot but he thinks it is inappropriate, so I am taking a consensus…
which do you vote for?