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“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project” Week 21 – big (this is the international version with a picture from our school holidays trip to Hong Kong – it makes me laugh because with all those crazy high rise buildings […]

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“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project” Week 20 – texture 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 […]

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Now please head on over to the beautiful letter of Debbie from Delight Photography – she always moves me with her letters to her sweet girl Jo until next month, Kirsty 

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  • How to be a better student and a better teacher in the game of life. | Rashmi Pappu - […] up, see the gorgeous photographs that Kirsty Larmour made in the desert of her 6 year old little girl, Indy and the letter that goes along with the […]

  • Catherine Forest - What a sweet sweet letter to your daughter. You are blessed to be the mom of such a wonderful child.

  • amy grace - of course she is a magnet. one step ahead is such a gift. for you, for her, for the way you can step back and know she can handle the distance. this beautiful place and the light and your talent are always such a marvel, kirsty.

  • Ginger Unzueta - These are amazingly beautiful. The light in her hair is wonderful. I love the way you see your girls. My husband is your way this month and I am thinking how pretty this spot is, so different from what I imagine when he goes there. xo

  • Debbie Wibowo - Truly sorry for being so late. Happy belated birthday to Indie..Wishing her a year full of great things and wonder. I love all the pics, especially the one when the light highlights her hair from the back.

“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project” Week 19 – words 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 […]

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  • Anna-Liisa - Love the street photography look of this picture Kirsty and that beautiful girl of yours is a very funky model! I got to check out the fuji XPro1 at GPP this year which I think would be a lot of fun for street photography as it is so small and unobtrusive and great in bright light.

“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project” Week 18 – helpful Kirsty Larmour PhotographyJillian 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 -  […]

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Tomorrow is Holi in India. It’s also known as the festival of colours – a festival that says goodbye to winter and welcomes the all the colours and vibrancy of spring. Last year we were in India for it and I’ve been loving spending time going through the photos to try and get a little […]

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  • Sarah - Love theses so much – love your spirit of adventure and how much fun the girls are having in them xx

  • Kate - Yes, yes, yes!!!! I’ve been waiting to see these a whole year you editing slacker!!! But now they’re here I adore them because you’re all having so much fun and it looks like such an amazing time – I remember the dye stained Indy’s hair and it was coloured for a while!!!!

  • Francisca Garreton - Happy Holi! Love the colours and it looks like the girls loved ot!!!

  • Kirsty Larmour | 5 Minute Project - […] This is a submission from our trip to Holi, the festival of colours, in India – my 5 and 7 year old daughters got thoroughly into the spirit of it and we let them run riot with some Holi paint!!! Some more pics of the whole day, and a video on my blog at http://kirstylarmourblog.com/2014/03/happy-holi-abu-dhabi-travel-photography/ […]

The birthday party edition…. given that my girls have their birthdays less than a month apart throwing 2 parties a year is just beyond the realms of this mama’s capabilities!! Usually they have to take it in turns but this year we decided to do a joint party, and to hold it at their dancing […]

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  • Rashmi - Absolutely adorable!! It looks like such a fun party!

  • alpana - Love these pictures! Your girls are the sweetest. They look so very happy with all their balloons.

  • Gorete - Love these Kirsty, looks like your divas had a blast!

  • our project ten: march » little bug photography | robyn oakenfold | blog - […] that you have seen my day please go check out my dear friend Kirsty’s day with her two girls in Abu […]

  • robyn - Oh i just love this… such a special and fun day to document. And what wonderful girls you are raising to want to donate money instead of gifts… big time love for that!!

At the start of January I shared a new weekly project I’m doing with my friend Rowe who lives in Bali – you can read the intro to it here. It was about sharing just a small moment from our day – a moment that makes us pause – something that may be very ordinary, but makes us […]

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  • Mum - Love reading your posts over and over .It brings us a bit nearer you. So proud of you all.

“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project” Week 17 – make 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 […]

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Three weeks ago I shared a new weekly project I’m doing with my friend Rowe who lives in Bali – you can read the intro to it here. It’s about sharing just a small moment from our day – a moment that makes us pause – something that may be very ordinary, but makes us want to just […]

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  • rowe - so many beautiful moments captured! this is actually my most favourite week of yours so far! i LOVE the birthday invites and reading to class teddy… AWESOME!

  • {in this moment ~ week four} » rowe timson photography - [...] from kirstys week… i love how different our lives are but equally beautiful! please stop by her blog to see [...]

“One city, one passion, 2 people, 2 styles…. One theme, one week, 2 pictures, 2 interpretations – the One into 2 Project” Week 16 – dark 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 […]

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Now please continue the circle to the lovely Courtney Keim to see her letter to her adorable little one…. until next month, xx

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  • shalonda - oh kirsty!!!!! first of all i am utterly captivated by these images and then when you dropped the bomb on me that they were from two years ago i was even more so…just beautiful! first borns are such unique little characters aren’t they? i see so much of my cheeks#1 in s, as she is just mere steps ahead of my 7 year old…keep soakin it all in mama xoxo

  • Rashmi - Kirsty, I love these photos of sweet Saffy when she was six. I love that she is not a trend follower and has her own mind. I love that you recognize her uniqueness and embrace it with a full heart. You are one amazing mama. xo

  • Debbie Wibowo - Oh Kristy, I can totally relate to this. Jo also has a tender and soft heart that I often worry about people using her. Jo sounds like Saffy. Are all 1st born like that? :) She might have a tender heart but I believe that will be one of her strengths too. One day, she’ll move the mountain! It’s a beautiful and the 3rd pic melts my heart.

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