a year of stories - 27 of 52 / by Carey Pace

*This post is part of a collaborative project - a year of stories shared by a group of 15 photographers every Tuesday in 2016.  Please visit the effervescent AnnMarie Denis of One 33 Photography after you read this post to continue the circle.*


May 19th.  A few days before the very last day of school. 8:20pm.  The sun had dipped below 'our' horizon. It was a Thursday and there wasn't a baseball game or baseball practice.  It was an unplanned game of Catch-the-Frisbee-that-Daddy-Throws in the hopes that the Lady would catch one on her own, finally. 

There is nothing remarkable about these images and at the same time, they are remarkable all the more.  They are a glimpse into what it is like to be in this family. This is how we pass time.  This is how we spend time with each other.  This is who we are: playing together until there is no light left to play. 


*This post is part of a collaborative project - a year of stories shared by a group of 15 photographers every Tuesday in 2016.  Please visit the effervescent AnnMarie Denis of One 33 Photography after you read this post to continue the circle.*