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Ten on Ten: February | Personal Photos

I’m participating in a blog circle with several other woman photographers this year, in which we post ten photos on the tenth of each month. These ten photos are meant to tell the story of a day.

My ten this month were taken on January 31st, Chinese New Year. Gong Xi Fa Cai!

We had another low-key day off, as we’ve only just moved into our new apartment in the last two days. The building(s) in these photos are all our new apartment building — after lounging around in the morning, we took a long walk around the complex and played on two of the playgrounds. We came back for naptime and snacks (Elodie napped with a rock she picked up, which was her little precious for the day), and then took another walk to a nearby park, called HortPark. The park had lots of different and vibrant plants, and then there were some great kids’ play areas, too — I can tell that we will visit there often. We came home, ate dinner, and ended the day with the kids watching Elodie’s favorite movie, Monsters Inc.

Now you can click through to the next blog in the circle,Davina’s blog!

Ten on Ten: January 2014 | Personal Photos

A new year, a new blog circle! This year I am participating with a group of woman photographers in a project in which we publish ten photos taken within a single day, on the tenth of each month. It’s a kind of “day in the life of” project, which is perfect since I happen to have a sorta interesting life these days that I would love to share with those back in Houston and elsewhere in the US!

For those who don’t know, we moved to Singapore just after Christmas. ¬†Yes, Singapore — 14 hours ahead of Houston, 25 hours of travel away from Houston; the other side of the world. Without further ado, my Ten from January 4th!

All of these photos were taken in our day walking around the Orchard, Clarke Quay, and Chinatown areas of Singapore, ending in Pagoda Street. Notice that the city is gearing up for Chinese New Year, which is at the end of January — 2014 will be the Year of the Horse.

Now you can click through to the next blog in the circle, Pinball Photography’s blog.