Unless you’re a modern day nomad, constantly travelling from place to place, the chances are you visit the same locations time and time again.
And, being a photographer, inevitably you make pictures of the same objects in those places over and over again too.
One thing I really enjoy about having an archive on Flickr that’s easier to navigate and browse through than any other photo storage method I’ve found, is seeing images of the same things pop up repeatedly over time.
The overall effect is like watching some super slow film, where each frame is captured not fractions of a second apart, but days, weeks, months, even years apart.
Here’s an example from one of the nearest ancient churches to me, a notice in the church’s entrance porch I can’t help but try to photograph in a different way (and usually with a different camera!) each time.
Which subjects and places in your photography archives do you find you keep returning to?
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