"A portrait of my daughter, once a week, every week, in 2014."
Poet: oh little one, you are growing up so fast.
My friend Luisa took this photo unbeknownst to me. Such a beautiful gift, to receive a moment captured, especially one I didn't observe. It was rather serendipitous that she took it this week as I'm currently without a camera (Daniel took the mkiii with him and I'm waiting on delivery of a 6D).
I've started creating my 2012 and 2013 "The 52 Project" books with Artifact Uprising. In 2012 my photos were in a variety of folders (labelled "autumn" and "new folder" and "adventures" - yes, very random) which means finding the correct files has been both time-consuming and frustrating. In 2013 I created a "2013 - The 52 Project" folder and I saved each week's portraits as "Poet 3/52 - print" and "Poet 3/52 - web"...I highly recommend you create a system like this - it will save you lots of time in the long run.
Your photos - so many beautiful captures! But it was the little girl in the glistening lake that sung to my Australian heart / Oh Anaru; little boy, golden sand, big, swirling summer sky / Lola swings high - so much ahead of her / Lucy and her red recorder - so, so sweet / and finally, the light, the lightness, the laughter - an unforgettable portrait.