Project 365 2015 – Week 52!

Well I have made it to the end of another year of Project 365. That is three years of taking a photo every single day!

It is been a busy last few days of the year with lots more adventures under our belts, finishing the year how we have spent the rest of it, despite the weather throwing its worst at us.

We had a rather blustery ride aboard a Santa cruise in Poole Harbour and a hairy drive to the O2 in London to see Disney On Ice where I lost a windscreen wiper on the motorway for the second time in a month. Thankfully I found a helpful garage who got us back on the road again, albeit with the wrong size windscreen wiper.

Christmas has also been a time of visiting family and in the last week we have been to both Kent and West Sussex.

Here is my week (and a bit) in pictures:

Week 52

354. A morning at Avon Valley Country Park to make the most of the brief sunshine

355. All aboard the Santa Cruise

356. Enjoying Disney On Ice

357. Meeting the cast after a performance of Otto and the Robin

Week 52

358. Fun at soft play

359. The favourite toys of Christmas Day

360. At Nanny’s on Boxing Day

361. A family visit to Kent

Week 52

362. A day at home to recover from all the travelling

363. In West Sussex and have all my children in the same place at the same time – couldn’t manage a sensible photo though!

Week 52

364. Sleeping Dinosaur

365. On top of Spinnaker Tower looking down through the glass floor!

Happy New Year to you all – looking forward to seeing you in 2016 for Project 366!

Happy New Year

15 thoughts on “Project 365 2015 – Week 52!”

  1. so many wonderful photos of you and your family enjoying Christmas. I bet Disney on Ice was amazing and that bubble blowing present looks great fun! we visited the Spinnaker tower in the summer – such amazing views.
    wishing you a happy new year xx

  2. Looks like super last ten days of the year, so much crammed in, so many wonderful memories! Love the sleeping dinosaur, so cute. Here’s to a new year of photos! Happy new year!

  3. Awesome job on taking a photo a day for three years, it can be a lot of hard work can’t it, especially with dark nights!! Hope to see you doing it again next year too x


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