Farley Family Photography Pilgrimage

My two children visited our regular location with me for our annual photo adventure. This year the meadow had been replaced by a construction site. (bryan farley)

For the last seven seasons, my children and I have visited the same location for family portraits. We bring at least two cameras and take photos of each other. My daughter took the picture of me that might still be at the top called the “featured image.” In 2010 I called this trip the “Farley Photo Pilgrimage.” A high school friend and her children joined us the first year; another high school friend and his daughter joined us last year. The kids’ mother joined us once or twice. Every year we visited the same meadow… until this year.

My two children visited our regular location with me for our annual photo adventure. This year the meadow had been replaced by a construction site. (bryan farley)

This year the meadow became a construction site.

My two children visited our regular location with me for our annual photo adventure. This year the meadow had been replaced by a construction site. (bryan farley)

We visited our new construction site on my birthday this year. It seemed appropriate to visit a construction site at the beginning of a new year since our family is being rebuilt. Families and meadows are constantly changing.

 (bryan farley)

If you are interested, you can view more photos from the 2010 trip that ended with a visit to the doctor for stitches.

 (bryan farley)

You can also find pictures from 2013 by looking above or clicking this link for older photos for when I liked my images saturated.

 

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2 Responses to “Farley Family Photography Pilgrimage”

  1. […] for my daughter’s 10th that included a gallery of 100 images. Last year I wrote about our annual family photo excursion. In May, my son will turn ten. I am already planning his 10th birthday gallery and […]

  2. […] When we visited the meadow last year, we were surprised to find the fence surrounding our site. This year we assumed that our meadow had disappeared, although we hoped that the construction fences were only temporary. I could feel us going through the stages of grief. […]

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