Deborah Candeub | Orlando, Florida, USA
Andrea Golden | Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Vanessa Robinson | Dublin, Ireland
Suzanne Puttman | Portland, Oregon, USA
Tiffani Bearup | Boulder, Colorado, USA
Angela Lumsden | Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Holly Clark | Philadelphia, USA
Kirstin Mckee | London, England
Linda Silva Palleschi | Salem, Massachussetts, USA
Sara Lamp | el Segundo, California, USA
Tracie West | Los Angeles, California, USA
Angela Hendrix Petry | Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Cara Farnell | Tacoma, Washington, USA
Deirdre Malfatto | Chatham, New York, USA
Jacqui Miller | Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Vanessa Snow | Almada, Portugal
Jaime Foran | Hopatcong, New Jersey, USA
Lisa MacIntosh | Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Amy Bader | State College, Pennsylvania, USA
Vanessa Simpson | Reno, Nevada, USA
Adriana Botello | San Francisco, California, USA
Heather Pryor | Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Marie Ince | Texas, USA
Jess Lewis | Acworth, Georgia, USA
María Pons | Santa Clara, California, USA
Jill McAdoo | Prescott, Arizona, USA
Laura Yurs | Indianaplis, Indiana, USA
Suzi Marshall | Woolsery, England
Audrey Amaro | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Jordan Parks | St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Staci Lee Kennelly | Pasadena, California, USA
Sam Wesselhoft | Woodbridge, Virginia, USA
i love them all!!! it’s a really wonderful grouping and, i must say, i am so glad Staci went with her gut!!! xxxooo
I loved what you ladies did with the dark, but oh, what you do with the light! This week is spectacular!
Such beauty! Love them all.
Wow wow wow.
So freaking awesome.
gorgeous work, ladies!
what an awesome start to the month… i love them all.
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Maria! A Blossom street where blossoms burst! I’m impressed! I love them all very much. Being a lover of kitty cats, I can appreciate the few that landed in the 9:00 hour! I love to see that some of you are actually up and out and about in this hour. It’s inspiring. I mean I’m up for work but that’s not so exciting. Yummy breakfasts and the hustle of the city that I look forward to each month in black and white. All very, very good.
marie, you made me wish i had used my second shot – the kids at the table doing their math work!!
Each Sunday when pictures are posted I’m blown away, I’m also put into a sense of panic. How can my images stand up to these? Thank you ladies for helping me to grow for pushing me a little harder each week. Thank you.
i not only LOVE the increasing light and getting to see what you lovely ladies are doing at each new hour, i also absolutely adore the signs of SPRING coming through the new images. this is an incredible project. i am totally utterly in love…
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Wonderful week friends! I love how much we all love coffee shops, and there are such lovely shots. And Tracie! You came up with an awesome shot despite all your concerns!
another beautiful sunday, ladies!
So great! I love this project.
I am in love with 9am.
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Oh my friends! I can see the light changing even from the beginning of the month to the end! The transitions of March — warm oatmeal to sunflowers and tulips. So fabulous!
beyond the incredible beauty, it is just fascinating to me to see how our days unfold — the similarities (like in the very last grouping with Kirstin’s and Holly’s yellow flowers or the previous one with Deirdre and mine and so many others — the cats, the breakfasts, the sublime shots of your children — i could go on and on) that say we are so unlike in the space of our differences. bring 10 o’clock on! xxxooo
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