Monday, September 30, 2013

Capture Your Grief Photography Project 2013

For the second year, the lovely Carly Marie is hosting the Capture Your Grief Photographic Challenge for Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month (October). Tomorrow is the first day of the month, so it kicks off then. Last year, over 2,000 people from around the world took part (including me). It was such a healing and beautiful experience and I am really looking forward to participating again this year. Things are really busy in my life right now, so I feel like I need to take some time for just Lily each day this month. I can hardly believe it's October again already.


ABOUT THE PROJECT: So what is the challenge and what do you have to do to take part? If you have experienced the death of your baby/ies/child/ren, this project is designed just for you. It doesn’t matter whether you are only a week into this walk or you have been walking this road for 50 years, all are welcome to join in.

Capture Your Grief is a 31 Day Photograph Challenge. You can take part each day or pick and choose your days. Throughout the month there is a daily subject/topic for you to concentrate on. You are invited to share a photo that captures your journey with each daily subject. You may use an old photo or you can take a brand new one. It is completely up to you. All you will need is the internet and a camera (if you wish to take new photos). It doesn’t have to be some big fancy DSLR – a phone camera or a pocket digital camera will be perfect.

-To see my photos from last year's project click HERE.
-To find out more about the project and to see the 31 Daily Subjects with their descriptions click HERE. There you will find all the information you need to take part.
-You can find the Facebook event where you can share your daily photos HERE.

Please share this project with anyone you know who might be interested. Who else is participating? I'm excited about seeing everyone else's photos and words. This truly is such a special, healing project.


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