September: One Roll, One Day // Monthly Photo Project

It’s already October, but I’m sharing my September One Roll, One Day monthly photo project. I shot my September roll with only a couple days to spare, but I made my deadline, so it still counts!

This roll documents a mostly lazy Sunday spent at home. Everyone did lots of eating; the kids, the dogs, the plants…as per usual.  The bougs got a trim, and are always a good spot for a photo op. And you know it’s a lazy day when even Celia takes a nap!

At the end of the day, we took little adventure to the lake to feed the ducks since the temps had finally cooled off a bit (…but are back up again now). We don’t go often in the summer because there isn’t much shade at the lake and it’s just too hot! So, it was nice to be back over there again. I just adore the sunsets there.

When I shoot on days like this, I always feel like it’s so mundane. But then I get my scans back and and love seeing them all together. Every time, I am reminded of how beautiful the mundane can be. PSA: Take the boring photos, people! Now, if I could just get motivated enough to get these photos into a book, printed, etc. I just know my kids would love flipping through pages and pages of memories. And if keeping them occupied for more than 5 minutes at a time isn’t motivation, I don’t know what is!

If you haven’t been keeping up with my One Roll, One Day monthly photo project on film and you’d like to see my rolls from the previous few months, here they are! January | February | March | April | May | June | July | August

Camera + film info:

Nikon F100 // Kodak Gold 200 // developed and scanned by Nelson Photo.




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