This week it’s the turn of Amanda who reminds us:
The transient nature of life experiences are one reason why we take photographs. Like time travelling, photographs are a way to give life to the past, so we can imagine again that moment in time, in all its visual richness.
It’s at this point I’m wishing I’d made more progress with my project to scan all my old photos. It was one of my “Lockdown Projects” which I fondly (and mistakenly) thought I’d have plenty of time to do!
So, here goes:-
People – my late parents (left) with their dearest friends (right) with whom they spent many a happy holiday. Here they are in Mougins in the early 2000s.
Places – A slightly longer list here. Firstly, San Sebastian, which we’ve visited every year since 2010, except for last year and this. We’ll definitely be going next year. My trips are already planned.
Paris, the City of Light, which we’ve visited regularly in recent years though my first visit was over 50 years ago, but sadly I never took any photos – no camera!
Australia about which I have waxed lyrical on endless occasions.
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