Sunday, 25 February 2018

Back Through The Lens // Week 8

Happy Sunday guys!
Over the past 5 years, I have taken part in a little photo project called Project 365. Project 365 is simply taking a photo every day a year. Now I have 5 full years of photo memories to look back on and wanted to share a few here to reminisce. So here it is, week 8 of Back Through the Lens!

  February 25th, 2013.
 New life amongst the dead.

 Week '8', February 2014.
So technically I didn't have a photo for week 8 and instead I had two for week 9. However, as this was from earlier on in the week I thought I'd share this one from when Jake and I went to Beamish for his birthday. Apart from Kielder, Beamish is one of my all-time favourite places in the UK.

 February 22nd, 2015.
I know the candle says 2014 but I assure you this was 2015. I remember being confused by that at the time too. This was from when I took photos for a family friend at their kiddos Christening.

 February 25th, 2016.
Can you believe that this photo was the best of a bad bunch from this week in 2016...eek! I must have been having a bad week lol. Apparently, I was blogging, while ordering a new sofa and watching Sabrina on a loop for the 59th time. Standard.

 February 22nd, 2017.
Oooh, the first washing on the line of the year! Maybe I should try and get some out soon this year then.


To keep up to date with 2018's current project 365 you can check my second blog (and even maybe give it a follow if you like!) by clicking here.
Link me to your project 365's in the comments!!

For more photos from the years above you can click below -
February 2013
February 2014
February 2015
February 2016
February 2017


  1. I love seeing the flowers starting to emerge at this time of the year! And I cannot wait to get my washing out on the line again - it makes such a big difference! x x

    1. Me too! All the poor snow drops will have been flattened now too with the snow. It seems like forever since I had washing out lol.


  2. I've never been to Beamish, and I reckon I'd love it - I'll have to firm up some plans for this year!