Implementing a Vision
The thing I’ve noticed is that when I make photos in a place I only visit one time, I have a weird tendency to think that everything I saw/photographed is going to always look exactly the way it did when I saw it. (Yes, yes I do need to get over myself.)
When I was working on this post the other day, I thought it might be nice to include the name of the shipyard, so I headed over to Google maps. There wasn’t a sign or anything to indicate the name of the business, but I did notice that the street view image was made in October 2015, only three months after my visit. And there was an entirely different ship* there! Because of my weird tendency and my complete ignorance about how long these sorts of things take, I was really surprised when I realized what was going on.
It doesn’t take much, some days.
Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia
*Or is it a boat? I really don’t know…
Posted on November 25, 2016, in Photography and tagged 365 photo project, Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Royal Nova Scotia, black and white photography, melinda green harvey, monochrome, NIK Silver Efex Pro 2, Nova Scotia, one day one image, photo a day, photography, postaday, shipyard. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.