Month three of the international blog circle celebrating mothers and children in nature is upon us. The group was created to provide an escape from technology for our children and an opportunity for mothers who are photographers to use the technique of freelensing during these adventures. In addition to freelensing this month, I added a prism to some of my shots just to add another level of distortion. I like the results – mysterious and maybe a little creepy.
Once again, we find ourselves in the woods close to home for a Sunday Daycamp (as we call it). This month’s images were taken at the Tolochenaz refuge close to home in Canton Vaud, Switzerland. Our typical routine includes walks and playtime, boredom that leads to inspiration and creativity, food cooked over the fire, relaxation and wine for the adults and s’mores as a finale.
On any given Sunday, you will find my husband and myself with our two little kids somewhere in nature. Most often, we are in the forest.
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