Wow, I can’t believe that we are in our fourth installment of the 10-on-10 project. My 10-on-10 project is very personal project and different than the other photography projects (like my Project 52) that I’ve taken on this year. My project 52 this year was really aimed at improving my photographic vision, composition, and creativity. This project is about photographing what I love, what I want to look back and remember most, where rules of composition, high ISO and blurry photos are the least of my concerns. I’ve had to move past the thoughts about what clients or potential clients might think when they see these pictures as some are not technically perfect. But my 10-on-10 post is for me, and I am just happy that you are here to share in it.
I am joined by several wonderful photographers in this journey of capturing 10 photos over 10 hours that show the realness of life, the moments to remember. When you are done reading my post please follow the link at the bottom to visit my friend, Laurie of A Favored Life and see how she captured her day.
This month, I was so happy to have my mom down for a long visit. It’s been about 18 months since I’ve spent any real length of time with her. She has spent the last 18 months battling breast cancer. For any of you who know my mom and have met her in person, you know that she is strong. She is a fighter. I am thankful that she has made it to the end of the treatments and is feeling like herself again. Her visit was a perfect time for me to capture my 10-on-10. I am beyond words thankful to have photographs of her with her grandchildren. I have so few pictures of her from my childhood because she was always the one taking them (sound familiar), so this time around I made her promise not to hate my camera and just let me capture those moments with her grandchildren.
10-on-10 November Edition
-With her grandchildren
-Time at the park
-The business of lunch
-Heart-melting love and goodbyes
-Right before the airport tantrum (she didn’t like that I left my mom at the airport)
-Time to think
Please don’t forget to visit Laurie of A Favored Life and see a slice of her day!