A confirmation that everything is cyclical always feels mighty good.
Back in my old bedroom I used to have four photos on the wall closest to bed. They depicted the same tree in four seasons: leaf-shedding, snow-covered, budding, lush. Upon moving to Italy almost five years ago, I immediately chose a tree, well, a big bush, and the exact location from where I shall take a photo each month all so.
I did. The photos looked quite identical.
This is another attempt but not a planned one. Only now I went through my archives and collected several photos of a field that I pass every working day on my way to the station. These days I carry my camera on most occasions. This means a lot of I’ll-delete photos that I never do. No wonder the field was represented enough for me to make this compilation.
An idea! This will be the first post of my new regular “variations” feature! Since I pass a lake too, another field with a stone house, and some cypresses. I have all of these photos gathered right here and their turn will come sooner or later. Yeah!
Here is the first. Let’s call it the Field. I suggest you click on the first photo and let’s run through the year, or better yet, five years, and come back to the green.
Photo: Manja Maksimovič
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Variations on a Theme