52/52 the finale

so here is the last instalment of this project. i’m going to have a break next year and pick it up 2017… thanks for joining in along the way!

a portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.

isaiah: enjoying shirley hughes’ story collection with ma, engrossed in the story.
shot on a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens

:: holding on to the good :: 

50 and 51/52

lots of celebrations these last two weeks. especially for isaiah who turned 3 (check out my next post about that). one more week and this challenge is complete!

a portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
isaiah: lots of celebrations for your big day, standing with your tree and blowing the candle out with your best bud. 
shot on a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens
:: holding on to the good :: 

48 and 49/52

i can see the light at the end of this year long project. looking at the photos now, i see a strong, inquisitive boy.. not long until the big 3!

a portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
isaiah: exploring our surrounds and getting festive when talking with meema on the phone. 
shot on a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens and my iPad
:: holding on to the good :: 

47/52

it’s a busy time of year and we make sure we share the downtime together. isaiah has had a haircut this weekend and he looks like a boy who is nearly three. yes, i remind myself this is happening in less than one month…

a portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
isaiah: offering dadda some of his apple; you are learning to share and love to do this my boy. 
shot on my iPad and a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens

:: holding on to the good :: 

45 and 46/52

taking on new challenges and always having fun along the way. our boy is loving adventures and taking every opportunity to explore, these are fun times…

joining in with jodi.

a portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
isaiah: riding bikes and hide and go seek are two of your favourite activities right now. 
shot on my iPad and a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens

:: holding on to the good :: 

44/52

a sleepy, smiley boy post afternoon naptime… a happy time together today. Enjoying time with meema and family.

portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
isaiah: a contented smile after eating a mandarin, one of your favourite fruit.
shot on a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens
:: holding on to the good :: 

42 and 43/52

i love how both these next photographs include water. isaiah loves exploring, throwing rocks in and seeing the splash. it’s been a memorable long weekend here…

joining in with jodi.

portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
isaiah: a gloomy day didn’t stop you front enjoying throwing rocks into the water at opito bay.
shot on a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens
portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
isaiah: even though you are sick with a cold, you always love new adventures, here at rainbow falls.
shot on a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens
:: holding on to the good ::

40 and 41/52

i’m still doing this.

i am still making this project, even by catch up! the sun has been shining and we have been making the most of the warmth and sunshine. it’s a great time of year…

portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
isaiah: so much joy, playing with his pal tarla and enjoying the spring sunshine. 
shot on my iPad 3
portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.
isaiah: feeding the ducks at kerikeri landing; our first family bike ride of the season. 
shot on a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens
:: holding on to the good ::

39/52

we have had a great start to our term 3 holiday so far, time to catch our breath, work on our property and spend time with family and daylight savings! 
this is my favourite picture taken so far. it captures isaiah so well; his bright eyes and big smile. 
joining in with jodi.

portrait of my son, once a week, every week, in 2015.

isaiah:  my little bright eyes.
shot on a canon 450d with tamron 18-200mm lens

:: holding on to the good ::