HomeLife Project – September

So finally a little later than planned my Home Life Project weekend photos for September! As I mentioned on Friday, my intention had been to photograph our day yesterday taking part in a classic car tour, but in the end things did not go to plan and we had to retire at lunchtime with engine trouble. The only consolation was that it was pouring with rain anyway so we didn’t miss a particularly good day. The rest of Sunday was then spent inside, in yucky light doing exciting things like listing stuff on eBay!


I had hoped for better today, but to be honest the weather has been more like November than late summer, what a disappointment for us all! But as always there is at least one photo in this collection that I love (Jim looking like superdad) and I know I would not have were it not for the motivation of this project, so in the end isn’t that what it’s really all about?

Today Alice had one of her two regular sessions at nursery whilst Theo enjoyed the penultimate day of the holiday which is why it’s mainly him in the first photos and mainly her in the last ones. I like the fact they both got to stroke a cow though!



A reminder next month’s date is a slightly quirky one! The 1st October falls on a Sunday so the Home Life Project weekend is the first full weekend of the month which is 7th & 8th. Details about how it all works are here.

Home Life Photography Project


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Hello. I'm Clare.
I'm a photographer, maker & marketeer based on the West Sussex/Hampshire border. This blog focuses on creative family living through photography, design, crafts and interiors. Read more