Long-Term Time-Lapse

This is how my husband generally refers to my photography projects. I think he might be right, too.
My ‘Afternoons in Auckland’ project has been going for long enough now that changes can be seen when I walk through streets that I have photographed earlier in the year. And not just the obvious changes, like seasonal ones (although I do find those interesting too).

Here are some examples:

A tiny little weed has gone unnoticed for months, slowly shrivelling on that garden wall.

This dilapidated, but (I thought) picturesque dairy has been bowled down and replaced with nothing.
This charming letterbox (and the house and garden behind it) has also disappeared. I find this one particularly sad for some reason.  
Here are some photos from more recent walks: 

The desecration of that beautiful Jewish cemetery was upsetting to see, but the rest of the walks have been good. 

About Charlotte Marjoribanks Designs

I live in New Zealand with my daughter and husband. I take photos, I knit, I design knitting patterns, and I try and live thoughtfully (whatever that means on any given day).
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