One Hundred Summer Days – June 2015

At the start of June, I committed to documenting our summertime on a daily basis. I’m not very different to most people when I say that I love summer and that capturing summer memories with my camera is so much fun. No planning, no posing, just shooting! Here in Ireland, we don’t get the hottest weather but long days let us take plenty of day trips and enjoy evenings after school in the playgrounds, parks and in the garden and this is what we have been doing. June started with poor weather when we were hiking in the Gougane Barra National Park in West Cork, but the weather improved quickly, and we went to the beach in Myrtleville (I blogged this in the previous post), the Cork Midsummer Festival, Glengarriff and Garnish Island and to Kinsale and Summercove.
I am also collaborating on the “100 summer days” project with a group of very talented photographers and you just have to see how beautifully they are able to preserve their memories. Please follow this link to Rebecca Wyatt’s website – she is an amazing photographer so you’re in for a treat! http://www.rebeccawyattphotography.com/100-days-of-summer-within-my-365-take-2-project/
From her website continue to the next blog to see other posts of our small blog circle just to see how children are spending summer in different time zones! I’m going to post more photos from some of the trips and hopefully, from new ones. I hope you are enjoying your summer. 🙂

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