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The 52 Project


The 52 Project: a portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2015.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAScarlett: seconds away from getting completely wet and muddy, again…OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERACassidy: searching for tadpoles in the shallows.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERADash: This boy and mud have been firm companions since he was a few months old.OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAJem: a hot cup of tea in the summer rain.


4 thoughts on “The 52 Project

  1. Carie

    Oh what gorgeous photos, so full of energy and happiness (and mud)! I’ve just started joining in for the first time this year and was wondering whether I’ve bitten off more than I can chew with three little ones so it’s lovely to see someone doing it with four!

    1. Pauline Post author

      Thanks Carie! I did the 52 Project for about 6 months last year and there were quite a lot of weeks it just didn’t come together and I didn’t get the photos (either not captured or not posted) – or we were out of internet range on our big road trip. I think the main thing is to enjoy it and don’t worry if it doesn’t happen sometimes.

  2. Zena

    Hi Pauline! What a wonderful surprise…your children are so delightful! I had a little poke around your blog. What a fantastic and helpful resource for our climate. I particularly like your post on skiing with children and you led me to some good links on good quality gumboots and clothing for children. I’ve had problems finding appropriate every day outdoor weather gear for children. Not much selection in Australia like in Canada or so I thought. Joining in with The 52 project this year for the first time to improve my photography skills and capture my beautiful children in our simple living pursuits. All the best. xx

    1. Pauline Post author

      Zena!!! Hi there – so glad you liked the blog. It took me a lot of courage to eventually do it – and yes, there doesn’t seem to be much along these lines, specially practical advice, in Oz. Would love to catch up in person some time and chat! I am off to check out your little blog now!

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