Sunday, July 21, 2013

29/52

"A portrait of my children, once a week, every week, in 2013."

Che: Plane, car and Astro Boy in Japanese; this week's beloved possessions.
Poet: Walking the sea wall on her birthday, the salt wind whipping her hair.

I unintentionally created a sequel of 28/52. I also wanted to create an example of portraits without faces; they are still such honest captures of my children. 

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This week I adored Leah's captures of a journey; rich with the warmth of a summer road trip / Elie and his colourful blocks, a beautiful childhood moment / Logan in mid-summer; so sweet / Saskia wrapped in wool and bathed in light / and Matilda and George - in black + white, all the way from Scotland. 







32 COMMENTS

  1. Lovely portrait of beautiful Poet. I'm going to try to make an effort to look for moments of play for next week.

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  2. i love how you capture them by just their belongings. i however am face obsessed. even with my painting.

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  3. I love the portrait of Poet on the sea wall - so evocative and atmospheric. And it's amazing how much hands can portray - a lovely glimpse into Che's world.

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  4. I adore that portrait of Poet. The hazy whisp of hair across her face, I can feel the wind wrapping around me as I look at that one. Am very glad you liked my Matilda and George last week. Holly.x

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  5. There is something so Austin-esque about Poet's portrait this week. A mini Elizabeth Bennett. I love it xx

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  6. They are so beautiful! Love this series!!

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  7. That picture of Poet is stunning. Happy birthday to her (belated, I know) and happy birthing day to you. x

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  8. I love little Poet's portrait this week. She always looks so ethereal. sigh

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  9. You're so good at taking a different perspective with these portraits Jodi. As you and your children look back on these images, you will see so much about who they really were at this age. Just lovely. x

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  10. Stunning photo of your little Poet. I love the soft muted tones in this one. x

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  11. Happy Birthday to Poet! What a gorgeous portrait. :)

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  12. beautiful photos - so simple yet they say so much.

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  13. So beautiful - I remember Astro Boy from when I was a kid! Love the windswept shot of Poet too x

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  14. gorgeous take on a portrait for your children Jodi...sometimes seeing only part of them is enough! Poets hair is gorgeous! xx

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  15. Love as always! Honey, where can I get Noah one of these comics? xx

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  16. poet looks likes she's in a scene from 'the piano', well minus the torrential downpour but all windswept and lovely! and what interesting hands. when you really look it reminds you hands are as varied and interesting as faces x

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  17. Such simple beauty. We will struggle to remember so much of our babies' childhoods when we are older so capturing every little facet is just lovely. Hope your week is a calm and happy one :) xx

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  18. Your daughter has such a beautiful name 'Poet', it's just lovely! :)

    Gemma x
    Rich Girl Gone Rogue - A Lifestyle Blog

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  19. For a while, my kid went through a phase where she looked like astro boy. Which was fitting, as we were living in Japan at the time!
    Poet is looking so big here! Oh my!

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  20. Beautiful - I love the idea of not necessarily capturing the faces!

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  21. You are so talented - really love your work! x

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  22. So beautiful Jodi. There is so much sometimes that can be told in a photograph just through the hands or even the act of looking away.

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  23. That photo of Poet is pure magic. Kellie xx

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  24. I love the feeling and emotion you capture when you photograph. It really is precious! :)

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  25. Sweet images Jodi. Happy birthday to little Poet x

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  26. Beautiful. I still can't believe Poet is only two. She just seems so much older, perhaps in spirit.

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  27. Love this weeks photos. Poets photo reminds me of 'The Piano' movie, just beautiful!

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  28. Its a really gorgeous photo of Poet this week.

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  29. Was it cold at the beach? It looks cold. I can hear the ocean hitting the shore, smell the salty hair and feel the breeze. Brrr.

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