Project Light: June • South County RI Children's Photographer

It's been a little quiet on my Project Light front lately, but don't worry, it's still happening.  I promise you!

June seems to be the month where everything got in the way of photos, even with the theme being one of my favorites:  pockets of light.  I love pockets of all kinds, and light pockets are no exception.  Even though I took less photos than normal during June, I did manage to capture some delicious little light pockets.  The majority were right in my own yard (blooming plants and weeds do make for some beautiful subjects...yes, that's right, I said weeds), but I did take several trips to Narragansett and I wandered around Wakefield, too.  As I often do with this project, I had lots of fun with my Lensbaby.  It's great for getting creative.  

Take a look below to see some pockets of light.  Lionel was a little camera shy this month, but he's still around and being fuzzy.  Also, I promise that the hydrangeas in the pots finally have been planted and are still alive!  What was your June like?  Let me know in the comments!

RI children's photographer • Amy Kristin Photography
RI children's photographer • Amy Kristin Photography
RI children's photographer • Amy Kristin Photography
RI children's photographer • Amy Kristin Photography
RI children's photographer • Amy Kristin Photography
RI children's photographer • Amy Kristin Photography
RI children's photographer • Amy Kristin Photography
RI children's photographer • Amy Kristin Photography
RI children's photographer • Amy Kristin Photography

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