Project 365: February 3 – February 9, 2015

It has just been snowstorm after snowstorm here in Boston. Ezra managed to make it to preschool twice last week but he will miss it again tomorrow. We have been trying to stay busy inside with lots of activities.

I’m excited to be participating in a project 365 blog circle this year. Please take a moment to check out the beautiful work in the blog circle by looking at Christina’s week.

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2/3/15 “Morning playtime”

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2/4/15 “Lego tower”

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2/5/15 “Finally outside”

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2/6/15 “Not quite ready for nap”

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2/7/15 “More snow”

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2/8/15 “Lazy Sunday”

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2/9/15 “Watching daddy clear the snow”

 

 

Beth Ann is a portrait photographer based in Belmont MA just outside of Boston. She is currently booking Boston MA newborn photography, Boston MA family photography and Boston MA baby photography sessions in the Boston, MA area. Be sure to contact her to photograph your newborn, baby, family or wedding.

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  • Project 365 Vol. 2 | February 3 – February 9 | A Mom and a Camera - […] continue on and check out what Beth Ann captured this week in her Project […]ReplyCancel

  • Charity - I love the composition in the 2nd one! And your daughter’s expression in 4th is so sweet.ReplyCancel

  • kerry - Ugh….when will it end?!?!? Okay…I have to say the one of your daughter in her crib is just darling!! LOVE that one…and the curtains….and daddy time!! Great week, Beth!!ReplyCancel

  • Sonia - I didn’t realise you were living in Boston. The days are getting longuer, it will end eventually! 😉 Your images are beautiful as always Beth Ann.ReplyCancel

  • Christina - Eek! You’re in Boston, I feel for you! I can’t imagine how hard it has been with the weather there! I love all of these, especially the black & white of your daughter looking out the window.ReplyCancel

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