Sunday, 8 April 2018

Back Through The Lens // Week 14

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 14 of Back Through the Lens!

  April 2nd, 2013.
Ahhh, taking photos of my car ready to sell after the engine failed and I couldn't afford a new engine. I cried when the guy who bought it came to take it away, not because I was sad to see a car go but because it had been my late Granda's car before me...

 Week 14, April 2014.
 How weird that last week included these same Easter doggy biscuits too! I guess I'd better get baking for this year.

April 3rd, 2015.
Smart man tucking into his Easter basket from Barks and Bunnies! You can see the blog post of Baker's full Easter haul including a video of him opening his gifts, here.

  April 6th, 2016.
Pretty skies from my bedroom window.

April 5th, 2017.
The girls! Brook and Tilly, my little pals. This was probably one of the last times I went to let them out as I started my 2nd and 3rd jobs in May.


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Link me to your project 365's in the comments!!

For more photos from the years above you can click below -

April 2017
April 2016
April 2015
April 2014
April 2013


  1. That shot of the skies from your bedroom window is just gorgeous Danielle, I love the colours and Baker - what a cutie! Such a shame about your car... They're so expensive when they break like that and you have to sell them on again/get rid of them - I know how stressful that can be. Hope you're OK! - Tasha

    1. Thank you :) It's not the most flattering photo of him, poor thing haha.
      And you <3


  2. So sad you had to let your car go - I know how you can get attached to them, especially when they have sentimental meaning as yours did. x x

    1. The thing was I wasn't the biggest fan of the car itself haha! Not a Corsa person, but the fact that Granda used to drive it was what had a hold of my heart.