The month that was June

My final months worth of images now that Project Afghan is coming to an end, I know June hasn’t finished as of yet, but my chance to capture images in Afghanistan has. So I hope that you have enjoyed our adventures via the blog and by the images, just a shame its almost near the end.

Regards Project Afghan.

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About robgrimesphotography

Experienced and enthusiastic, I have a real passion for photography that I have gained over the years and that shines through in my pictures and my portfolio. I specialise in capturing those spontaneous moments that we otherwise could lose, either at your wedding or on a relaxed family shoot of your choice. I am always happy to talk about photography, so if you think I might be the right person to take your photographs then give me a ring to discuss your pictures, they are yours after all. Also a full time serving soldier in the Infantry in the British Army, but soon to be leaving the forces after Project Afghan finishes.
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8 Responses to The month that was June

  1. marie says:

    thank you for sharing you’re time with us…. it was moving.
    i wish you well …

  2. Anna says:

    Just to say a big thankyou for letting us share your world out there, your pictures have captured it all so well, and I for one will miss your Project Afghan blog, lots of luck for whatever lies ahead for you in the future, and safe flight home

    Anna

    • robgrimesphotography says:

      IM just around the next corner is another blog or project, as in life, it never stops.

      Thank for the kind words and glad you enjoyed it.

      regards Rob

  3. John Posgate says:

    Rob,
    All the very best. I am going to miss projectafghan. Thank you for everything you have done to help the families.
    John

    • robgrimesphotography says:

      John, It has and always will be a massive pleasure to have do the blog and help those out in Afghan and for the families back home. But thank you also for your support and my continued regards to your son in the final few months left in Afghan.

      Rob

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