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About Living Arrows...

At the heart of I Heart Snapping is a project that is rather dear to us called Living Arrows. The first time I read the passage by Kahlil Gibran, I just loved it and it was the same for Katie & Lucy. We think it sums up parenthood beautifully and so our project was inspired by it. Childhood is that amazing time when we have no inhibitions and can truly be ourselves. Every Monday we'll share the beauty and magic of childhood through the eyes of 14 creative mums and we'd love you to link up and join in with us.

There are no rules, anything goes, any medium. It's a moment that's inspired you to click the shutter. It can be one of your children, the whole clan or even something that represents them.

We will be giving you the chance to get to know a little bit more about our contributors later this week but in the meantime, you can see who's on board on our team page. We each have our own way of doing things and our photos reflect our own style and personalities. We hope it will be inspiring to witness a year in the lives of different children.



10 comments:

  1. Wow this matches what I have always believed about children. I need to read it again. Beautiful x

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  2. beautiful words and project xxx

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  3. I disagree with the first 4 lines of the poem, but the rest of it is beautiful. The photos are gorgeous too!

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  4. A beautiful collection of photos and the most wonderful poem! I truly love this project in its entirety and look forward to the inspiration it provides. Thanks for hosting x

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  5. Love this idea. I am horrible at taking photos and I really need to learn more and get more practice and a better camera. But I will link up and hopefully picture by picture get better at catching those moments clearly. Excuse my beginner photography.

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  6. These really are stunning words to go with some stunning photography. I would love to join in with this linky at some point. Have to get snapping!

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  7. I just love all of these. Once more I can''t pick a favourite.

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  8. Beautiful and truly challenging... Honestly letting those words sink in, and honestly letting them shape me.

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  9. Lovely to see this here - this was the reading we chose for my daughter's christening.

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  10. Just stumbled upon this linky, I love the poem and the philosophy behind it. I take so many photos of my little man, I will definitely link up :)

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