October 2014 canal and river
February canal and river (2017)
May – Canal and river (2017)
August Canal and River – Photo: Garry Armstrong (2017)
Canal and river October 2012
April canal and river (2016)

I’ve been watching square sky flying past me and decided I would give the next challenge a try.  These are the rules:

  1. Post at least two pictures, they don’t need to be #square!
  2. One of them though must have been taken by you and the second needs to be of the same view (or similar) as the first but taken days, weeks or years before.
  3. The second picture doesn’t need to be taken by you it can be a postcard or a painting.
  4. Don’t forget to use the tag #pastmeetspresent, and to link back to here.

Here are my past and present photos. Considering that I tend to shoot the same places repeatedly, this is a really good challenge for us!

5 thoughts on “PAST MEETS PRESENT

  1. BeckyB January 4, 2018 / 4:33 am

    oh this is a fabulous #PastmeetsPresent – wonderful to see the changes through the seasons and over the years.

    Thanks so much for taking part, hope to see you again on 1st Feb!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Marilyn Armstrong January 4, 2018 / 1:49 pm

      It was fun. We really do shoot the same scenes many times. I probably have a couple of thousand shots of that bridge in every season except deep winter.

      Liked by 2 people

  2. swo8 January 4, 2018 / 10:30 am

    October 2014 is my favourite (of course). The weather looks glorious and the colours are spectacular.


    • Marilyn Armstrong January 4, 2018 / 1:46 pm

      It is our “photo season.” Autumn in New England … and to a degree, also winter. These are “our” seasons. Summer is bleh. Spring is just mud.

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