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My 2016 Photo Project | April

So here it is, practically August and I’m just now getting around to sharing my 2016 photo project for April! Yes, I’ve still been keeping up with it! At least in terms of taking the pictures! 😉 I still have May, June, and July’s to edit and create videos from. I’ll get there though! This has…

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My 2016 Photo Project | March

It’s nearly May! Seriously… how did that happen? Here it is time for me to be photographing my DITL for April, and I’m just now getting around to sharing our day from last month. At least I took the photos on time, right? 🙂 The images for my photo project this month are pretty in…

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My 2016 Photo Project | February

Spring is here! And that makes me very happy. It’s time to get the kids back outside and playing in the sunshine again. With the exception of the past few rainy days, we’ve been taking advantage of this beautiful weather and eating picnic lunches in the grass of our back yard daily. The kids and…

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My 2016 Photo Project | January

Wow. How is it February already?! After taking pictures everyday for an entire year, I took a little break this past month. Not only from picking up my camera daily for my 2015 Photo Project, but also from the internet in general. Sure, I got on to check my email and kill some time now and…

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2015’s 365 Photo Project Conclusion | December | Mobile Photographer

Happy New Year! I’m so excited to say I’ve successfully completed my 365 Photo Project for 2015! This past month I focused on documenting my family’s holiday activities. I created an Advent calendar for the kids with daily activities as opposed to treats of some kind. It’s important to me that the kids realize there’s…

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