the hours

This last year I have had the honor of participating in a collaborative blog called The Hours.  The concept was simple.  Each photographer would submit one photo taken at the same hour each month.  We started with 7 am in January and went through he hours of the day as the months passed.  It was wonderful to watch women and families wake up all over the world.  With each new month, the hour changed and the mood of the blog changed with it.  Each photographer brought a piece of her life to the project.

Here are my selections from The Hours.


January, 7am


February, 8am


March, 9am


April, 10am


May, 11am


June, 12pm


July, 1pm


August, 2pm


September, 3pm


October, 4pm


November, 5pm


December, 6pm


I have loved this project and am excited to do it again in 2015.


  1. laurieknla · December 27, 2014

    Love seeing the whole year’s shots!

    • Staci Lee · December 27, 2014

      Thank you!

  2. Vanessa · December 27, 2014

    Seeing them all like this, breathtaking. I am loving these recaps. It was awesome to see everyone’s mixed together on the site, but seeing an individual year like this is equally wonderful!

  3. Life in the Wylde West · December 29, 2014

    I loved seeing these all in one spot. I also remember the story about your November shot. As much as I love seeing the images, I love hearing/reading about the stories behind them. That’s why after hours was my favorite part. And all your images were film, correct? Which makes it all the more magical.

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  5. Chez @ Chez Moi · January 8, 2015

    These photos are so good…achingly good. February is my favourite, the light and the simplicity of the everyday. You have a wonderful eye for detail.

    • Staci Lee · January 13, 2015

      Wow! Thank you! Such kind and encouraging words.

Thank you for your kind words.

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