Sunday, October 13, 2013

41/52

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

Che: afternoon siesta with his beloved Dad
Poet: renaissance girl (in her printebebe smock that was an absolute godsend when the sun and mosquitoes were out).

After a month in Bali we are home...sweet home. We flew into Sydney early Friday morning and walked in the door just before lunch, blessed to have travelled safe and made lasting memories. I took, quite literally, thousands of photos and I look forward to scrolling through them all, gathering stories and sharing them with you. 

And by the way, I appreciate that you're still visiting me here, what with my relatively non-existent blogging form over the last while. Enjoy your Sunday (next week I'll be back to posting my favourite portraits) x






39 COMMENTS

  1. the light on Poet is out of a fairy tale book. so lovely. welcome home and take your time settling back in.

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  2. Welcome home Jodi. I look forward very much to seeing your photos and reading your stories xx

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  3. Welcome home! I can't wait to hear more about your adventures!

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  4. Love the picture of Poet. Sooo nice!

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  5. poet's picture is so beautiful i cannot stop looking at it! x

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  6. Oh, that first photo had me at hello.
    Welcome home, you guys.
    Ronnie xo

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  7. Welcome back! Can't wait to hear more of your adventures. As for this week's photos, the moment captured with Che is beautiful and the shot of Poet has such a storybook quality. Love them both.

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  8. I was literally just thinking to myself what renaissance painting that photo of Poet looks like when I saw you called her "renaissance girl" in it! Beautiful photos.

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  9. Welcome home, you were missed! Your photos, as ever, take my breath away x

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  10. Welcome home. Hope the break was truly restful. I look forward to hearing about it - Bali is on our radar as a potential future holiday so I'm keen to hear your insights. The buttery tones of Poet's portrait and the resting hands of a father and son, truly breathtaking. Belinda xx

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  11. I love this weeks photos. I can only imagine how wonderful your Bali photos will be. Enjoy returning to everyday life at home.

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  12. These two are something else. Wow, must feel strange being home after such a mega holiday. Can't wait to hear more about it.

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  13. a nap with dad, perfect..gosh that little girl, I melt! welcome home!

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  14. I am waiting for the photos from Bali. Have a nice weekend!

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  15. looks like you had a lovely time. o-o has never, since newbornbabyhood fallen asleep on either of us. looks dreamy! x

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  16. That photo of Poet might be the most beautiful thing I have ever seen.

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  17. Welcome home lovely! Afternoon sleeps with Papa sound lovely and your wide eyed lady is getting more beautiful :) xx

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  18. Your photos are always stunning but this one of Poet is truly breathtaking!

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  19. I'm with Michelle that photo of Poet is just captivating. Welcome home, enjoy settling in. And when you have a moment...ages ago you posted a link to a 'cheat sheet' to use when taking cameras off automatic and on to manual if you can remember easily the link can you post it again or share it on facebook? Thank you ! xx

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  20. Absolutely stunning shots Jodi! Just gorgeous.

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  21. Jodie, that Poet photo took my breath away.
    Wow!
    xx

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  22. These are beautiful Jodi. That photo of Che with his Dad is so precious. x

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  23. Welcome home. I can't wait to read of your adventures in Bali!

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  24. Beautiful - as always. Looking forward to seeing all about your travels x

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  25. Ah! Love the two hands in the first photo - so sweet!

    Glad you're all back safe and sound. :)

    xo
    cortnie

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  26. Welcome back. Looking forward to reading about your adventures.

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  27. Your photos are always so inspiring! Welcome home :)

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  28. Again Jodi I am inspired by your weekly portraits. The way you can photograph a couple of body parts (minus any faces) and tell a beautiful and intimate story always floors me. This week's Che photo is one of my favourite ones of yours so far :)

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  29. Poet - what a beauty! Lovely portrait Jodes x

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  30. I've been a silent follower for too long.
    This weeks 52 portraits tugged a little on my heart. Probably one of my favourites!

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  31. Both shots are gorg this week, Jodi. x

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  32. probably one of my favorite images of poet. glad you had a lovely time

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  33. That top photo is breathtaking. I can't stop staring at it!

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  34. Poet's photo is just gorgeous - Vermeer-esque. I love the emotion that is shown in Che's portrait, even without faces visible. x

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  35. These are just wonderful Jodi! I really love how you capture the black and white images.

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  36. It's in the moments when my husband and son are in a snuggle that the latter still looks small to me. So much larger than life in his busy-ness and Big Boy doings...and then curled up with his Papa, there I see my baby again. Such a treasure of a moment.

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