I've been overthinking this project. For some reason it was in my head that that I needed to take my kids somewhere in order for us to be "unplugged." This of course couldn't be more far from the truth, but I think the comparison bug got to me. I love looking at the beautiful work that other photographers produce outdoors, but it just isn't me and it sometimes feels forced.
So, I gave myself a talking to and was reminded of what I often tell my clients about the importance of home and finding the magic in your everyday life. This month that's what I captured and it made me happy, the same happy I get from seeing the work of others and that's how I know I'm documenting my life as it is.
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