By the time I reached the end of my second Alphabet Photography Project, hosted by Charly over at PODcast, I have to admit I was flagging a bit! But then, the trickiest letters fall at the end of the alphabet!
Over the past few weeks I have been taking a look back at the 52 photos I have chosen over the course of the two projects. Project 1 letters A-M featured one of my all-time favourite photos of the 6yo while letters N-Z highlighted my love of trees, and the wonderful relationship my three have. Project 2 letters A-M again featured a photo of the 6yo that I love, as well as a lot of snow!
And so, here we are with the final photos!
We visited Paris two years in a row with our eldest, but have yet to take the whole family. I love this shot of my, now, 9yo in front of Notre Dame. My love of fall colours is again evident in the vibrant orange of these leaves and these pumpkins continued the autumn theme. A sense of speed and determination is so evident in Q is for quick.
This feeling of speed was also reflected in this photo of the three running, as they often do, away from me. I love blossom and this year, after our exceptionally harsh winter, spring was welcomed even more enthusiastically.
And, I do love my tea!
My daughter loved the umbrella that she got for her third birthday and this is a favourite view, taken in New Mexico. Do you tell the time, or make a wish with dandelions?
This shot of the 6yo playing a xylophone was an image I thought of as soon as I hit publish on the letter X for Project 1! A photo of my little girl, my youngest, when she was a few hours old was a perfect shot for Y and lastly, a photo taken on the same day as ‘quick’, of my eldest on a zipwire, rounded out Project 2.
I’ve really enjoyed doing the Alphabet Photography Project. Taking new photos and rediscovering old ones, remembering special moments and capturing new ones. The project starts again next month, I’m undecided as to whether I will do it again. But, I have missed my weekly search for a photo, so I suspect I will. Perhaps I just need to come up with a theme, or a different angle, to help me through a third A to Z :)