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The One into 2 project | Week 12

“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project”

Week 12 – explore

Kirsty Larmour Photography

Jillian Greenhill Photography

This is a project between 2 photographers in the same city showing how we both make different interpretations of the world around us -  you can read how this project started here…  Kirsty xx

新年快乐 – Happy Chinese New Year!

We always have to celebrate Chinese New Year for my big girl – who believes she’s a blonde haired blue eyed Chinese girl!! Even all these years since we left China it’s a tradition embedded in our family and I love that – so out came the lion for some dancing!

新年快乐 Xin nian kuai le, Kung hei fat choi – Happy Year of the Horse (I’d have incorporated some horses into the pictures but we only have unicorns in our home!!! ;)) have a great new year, love Kirsty xx

The One into 2 project | Week 11

“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project”

Week 11 – taste

Kirsty Larmour Photography

Jillian Greenhill Photography

This is a project between 2 photographers in the same city showing how we both make different interpretations of the world around us -  you can read how this project started here…  Kirsty xx

  • Amanda - Arabic bread-hot from the oven-yum!! And what a great moment to capture:)

  • Debbie Wibowo - Yep, that bread looks delicious and I love their CourtneyCourtney collection!

Letter to my Daughters | January 2014

Now please head over to read the letter of my lovely friend Debbie of Delight Fine Art Photography to her daughter Jo and see how she starts off her 2014…. until next month, Kirsty xx

  • Kelly Sweda - Beautiful letter and images, Kirsty! I, for one, loved watching your adventures over the course of the year, and can’t wait to see what’s in store for 2014. The girls are blessed to be able to experience so much of the world. xo

  • Debbie Wibowo - Eep, Kirsty..I almost wrote similar to what you wrote in this letter because that’s totally how I felt too. 2013 was rocky for us too but I also realized that there were many things that we can be thankful for. Thank you for the reminder. Love each one of these pics, their smiles and how they adore each other. Their outfits are as colorful as their adventure! xoxo

  • Amy Lucy - Love this, Kirsty! You are all definitely the most adventurous people I know. I love that about you! Wish I could have been there with you, just for an hour or so. xoxoxo

The One into 2 project | Week 10

“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project”

Week 10 – colour

Kirsty Larmour Photography

Jillian Greenhill Photography

I’m loving this project and our 2 different styles – and especially seeing Jillian evolve in her personal work -  you can read how this project started here…  Kirsty xx

The One into 2 project | Week 9

“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project”

Week 9 – run

Kirsty Larmour Photography

Jillian Greenhill Photography

As I mentioned last week I’ll be starting and sharing some other projects soon I hope – in the meantime you can read how this project started here…  Kirsty xx

  • Debbie Wibowo - Gasp! Both images took my breath away!

  • Summer - KIRSTY…that image? Seriously? Amazing…amazing…love it so so much! Everytime I come look at your images a serious case of wanderlust comes over me..

Project 10 January 2014

Is it really 2014 and am I really doing this Project still??? It started back in 2011 and I’m still going – mainly because the whole thing of capturing the moments throughout just one day really makes it one of my favourite projects to shoot for and compile. Maybe it’s also because I’m so useless at editing and blogging pictures from our travels and so this sometimes makes me do it – even if it’s just one days worth!!! So, yes, here we go again, another day on the travels of the Larmour Family…..

We flew to Finland for our Christmas holidays – I was so plain exhausted by the time we left that the big camera didn’t make it out of my bag as we got to Dubai airport at 3am, nor when we reached Helsinki at 8am so these top two at the two airports are iphone pics…We then dumped our luggage and set off to explore the city. The first thing you need to know about Finland in the winter is that there’s no sun…. no where, ever….. it’s gone into hibernation and everything is a bit flat and grey… as are my pictures to be honest… but, this project is nothing if not honest, and what you see is what you get!!Luckily it’s very pretty and grand, and there are Christmas markets to amuse you…

It was pretty chilly too…. well if you’re desert dwelling girls as we are…. demonstrated by Miss Indy the red nosed cold girl! Which we sang as we skipped down the street – to distract us from the cold as much as to keep happy and warm…..

until we reached a very cosy, welcoming establishment with warm and merry Christmassy drinks:D

But it’s oh so lovely and Christmassy everywhere – bout not obnoxiously commercialised too – so, obviously having just been to the Christmas markets, and partaken in Christmas drinks our Christmas mood was taking over and so we popped to church – let me say, one of the most beautiful, simplistic churches I’ve ever seen… The Kamppi Chapel is a silent church and amidst the hustle and bustle of a capital city was an oasis of calm…. maybe not suitable for all kids, but Indy, who is a feisty little lady on many occasions, yet who also loves her quiet meditation time asked to go back again when we passed through again at the end of the holiday…

Following that we had curry for dinner (because seriously, what are vegetarians to eat in a country where their staple diet is pickled herring and reindeer?) and headed back to the station for our overnight train. Now anyone who’s followed on here for a while will know that I love my train journeys… people seem to screw up their faces is if sleeping on a train would be their worst nightmare but a 15 hour flight cramped up in economy class, or 15 hours with my own bed, a restaurant car, space to walk up and down, toilets that you actually could swing a cat in, access to my suitcase for pj’s and toothbrush – with a sink in the cabin no less…. no contest!!! And thankfully the girls love them too:Dalthough I’ll admit they do get a little excitable (see pic below as they headed straight up to the top (3rd) bunk!!)

When we woke up we were in Lapland – the magical arctic land of Father Christmas, snow, christmas trees, snow, christmas trees, snow, ice, snow, cold, freezing cold, snow, chritsmas trees, snow, cold, ice, cold, some more snow and…… SKIING!!!!!!

But more on that another day – because it really truly was magical – and until then head on over to see a day in the life of my friend Nancy… until next month, Kirsty xx

 

 

  • our project ten: january 2014 » Oh Lulu Blog - [...] Please continue on to see what my friend Kirsty was up to this month in, get this, FINLAND!  http://kirstylarmourblog.com/2014/01/project-10-january-2014/ [...]

  • our project ten / january 2014 » The Red Balloon Photography - [...] over to my friend Kirsti Larmour’s blog to see what lovely adventure her and her family were up to this month. Posted in Families, [...]

  • Andrea - I absolutely love this! I want to go!!!! I loved every minute of your trip on Instagram and I love this. You have such an eye and your girls are just darling. I am coming back as a Larmour girl in my next life ;)

  • Steph - As always…just so lovely. Love travelling the world with you and your precious family. xo

  • Efi - Your my hero…! Thank u thank u thank u for your images that make me travel every single time… And reminding me how desperately i need to travel :)..

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