When i take the girls on adventures, i allow them to dictate what we are going to do. After all, it is their adventure really and i just love sitting back and letting them roam and explore. I love seeing their imaginations run wild and for them to just play together. This is what happened last week when i took them to the gorse meadow. I took a little basket of things to keep myself busy and i just said to them that they could run free as long as they stayed where i could see them. It was a secluded meadow and it was far away from the road so there was no one else there. They worked together to collect grass from the bottom of the hill and ran up with it to make a pile so they could make birds nests. I just loved hearing the giggles echo around the meadow and seeing their hair flying all over the place as they ran all around, emerged in their own little world together.
This is my fourth year of Siblings and i wanted to try and do more candid style shots for my posts this year. They are both such busy little things when they are together and it is hard to get them both together for photographs now without them giggling and just sitting at the top of a meadow, camera in hand and capturing these moments that might have been long forgotten is what i love the most. Freezing those every day little memories and documenting their true relationship.
Siblings is such a wonderful link up project. You can find more beautiful photographs on the other co-hosts blogs. Katie from Mummy Daddy Me, Lucy from Dear Beautiful, Amber from The Goblin Child and Carie from Space for the butterflies.We also have two new co-hosts joining us and i am so happy as i love both of their blogs. Donna from what the redhead said and Natalie from Little jam pot life.