Bold, bright, and full of life, these hilarious isolation family photos are a rainbow of laughs. Which, let’s face it, we all could use right about now!
The McMonagle family is one of the countless families in Australia stuck at home with each other. All day. Every day. To pass the time and keep their spirits up, the foursome decided to pose for some colourful pics.
Fancy dress party of four
With mum, Rowena, a professional photographer and with a house full of unique props and dressing options, the stage was set for a week’s worth of family portraits.
Each day the family raided their home to find props and clothing of a certain colour. One day it was yellow, the next orange, the next red, you get the idea. They selected their attire, added an array of props and, viola!
How cool do they look?
Rowena shared the weekly photos on her Facebook page, explaining, “When forced to spend a sanity-threatening amount of time together, the boundaries between individual and group identity may blur.
Thank you to our neighbours and passers-by for not asking when seeing this going on in our driveway every 4pm.”
A family that poses together, stays together
The get-ups, the props, the poses, the facial expressions – it’s all too good. I’m really not sure which one is my favourite, but one thing stands out – they absolutely NAILED the expressions! It’s like The Addams Family meets The Royal Tenenbaums meets Rainbow Bright.
And the props! Amazeballs. From the looks of the photos, the family dug deep to find the props – a candy cane and pumpkin from their Christmas and Halloween decorations, an all-yellow garden gnome, a retro blue suitcase and a flamingo floatie.
Rowena mentions that the family is planning on more colour photoshoots in the near future. We look forward to seeing them all!
If you’re looking for more hilarious iso-photos, take a look at the Bin Isolation Outing group on Facebook where people share photos and videos of themselves in fancy dress taking out the bins. It’s a laugh and a half! With actual outings bin and gone, taking the rubbish to the curb is about as exciting an outing that we get these days.