Summer Holiday photo a day [Jan 2015]

Our Summer Holiday photo a day… One image per day – see what we got up to here…


FMS photo a day…

A photo a day challenge with daily prompts – this is what our summer holidays looked like.

I do love all the colour so much!!

There was :: the sky, something yellow, us today, i hear, square, round, currently reading, landscape, pattern, hello, i see, bright, lucky number, new, old, nature, jump, today is, home made, window, in a row, collection and something far away…



These pics below were part of the prompt “square” and we took inspiration from the movie Pitch Perfect to take these images… There is a cool hashtag on instagram #sleeveface if you ever want to take a look.  There are people who raid the shelves of used book and music stores specifically to find covers that have pics of people’s faces on them 🙂 Lots of fun!  We got these vinyl records from my mum and dad to use…



I didn’t do this project in Feb or March, but am doing a bit of a hybrid photo a day for April with this April Love challenge along with remembering to [enjoy the little things] with The Beauty of Life blog.

I am excited already about all of the photos I can share at the end of April. In the meantime you can follow along on instagram or facebook.


See the archive of Summer Holiday photography projects here

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  • […] Follow along on Facebook Also – if using your iPhone and instagram is more your style (and less writing) then check out this post on this second summer holiday photo a day version we did in 2015 using prompts from Fat Mum Slim #fmsphotoaday. This one was in colour and is super bright and colourful, but I love both versions equally so I generally try to do both each summer. All the details here. […]ReplyCancel

  • […] you all!  I may do it just like last year – images and words, but also I may print all of our summer holiday adventure iPhone pics in the same book too! So exciting – cant wait to have it in my hands […]ReplyCancel