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100 in Hamble

March 27, 2017  •  Leave a Comment

About 4 years ago I had an idea; I thought I would take photographs of women and girls aged from 1 to 100. The idea was to celebrate the lives ladies who live in our little village, Hamble. That was all before I had a baby. However, when my brown-eyed boy arrived my idea remained just that – an idea.

Not so long ago, Mark reminded me of my abandoned “100 in Hamble” project and thought now would be a perfect time to proceed with it. Not only are my children older and give me more time and space to dedicate towards this project, but this would also give me the opportunity to reacquaint myself with the people in Hamble I have forgotten and also those I do not yet know. Win-win situation!

So here we are, the 100 in Hamble website has been launched! A project capturing the look and lives of 100 women aged 1 to 100, living in Hamble, in the second decade of the third millennium.

I’d love you to see how I am getting on - find the 100 in Hamble link in the main menu.

I thought, for this blog post picture, it most appropriate to start at the beginning – so here is Molly, age 1.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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