The Everyday Storytellers | Week One
9 Photographers/Mothers | 22 Children | 4 Countries | Documenting Childhood
"I'll be the leader, ok? You follow me."
This week's image was taken at Fort Pulaski National Monument- Georgia. Rory insisted on being the leader. With nowhere to be and nothing to do but enjoy a long, slow day, I was happy to oblige. I followed my brave little adventurer and her tiny blonde sidekick as they explored the Fort, running this way and that. It was, hands down, one of my most favorite adventures to date. This image was captured as she crossed over the drawbridge and stepped into the Fort for the first time. I love that you can see her curiosity and sense of adventure. I love the trail of her windblown hair. I love how little my big girl looks, putting the grand scale of the Fort into perspective.
Keep scrolling to see what everyone else was up to this week with their littles. Want to see more from these talented photographers? Just click on their links below : )
Ashley Littlefield | Kirkland, WA, USA
Ashley Littlefield Photography
Jill Andrews-Dudas | Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Kellee Hann | West Fargo, ND, USA
Loryn Payne | Chicagoland, IL, USA
Louisa Bedford | Kent, UK
Marie Fogh Bogh | Ryomgard, Denmark
Fotografering v/ Marie Fogh Bogh
Sally Rudy | Mount Pleasant, MI, USA
Victoria Jane Bahadoor | Liverpool, UK
1 thought on “The Everyday Storytellers | Week One”
I love this concept, and love that your “team” is from such diverse locations. I’ll be watching!
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