Photo-a-day // Days 1-7

For the next four months Jason and I will be apart.  He is away at training and the kiddos and I are here in Arizona with family.  Last time we were apart (I was in Germany and he was in Dallas) I did a photo-a-day project (click HERE to see it).  I really enjoyed getting my camera out each and every day to photograph my life in a creative way.  I’ve decided to carry on the tradition.  Instead of posting the photos to the blog daily, I will post seven photos from the previous week each Monday.  Jason departed on the 13th, so my project began on the 14th.  Here are photos one through seven!

14 January – Ezra loves the kitty.

15 January – Caleb, almost four months old already!

16 January - Pretty afternoon lighting and a neat plant.

17 January – There are so many quail in my parents’ yard.  They scare easily and prefer to hide in the bushes, but I was able to photograph this little guy as he made a run for it.

18 January - Bath time!

19 January - The view from my parents’ home in Prescott Valley.

20 January – Ezra with his cousin, London.  They are just two months apart.

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Jessica Kok - January 22, 2013 - 10:55 am

Such a great separation project. Great way to pass the days. He’ll appreciate it and you’ll have something nice to look back on.

Trudy Slingo-Manuel - January 22, 2013 - 10:36 pm

Love everyone of your photo’s and comments. I look forward to them. Thanks, Danielle

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