Frozen in Time (2)

Here is a second entry for this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge, about Time.

This week, think about time and portray it photographically. Perhaps you have a fascination with clocks. Or maybe contemplating time takes you somewhere else completely.

As I looked through my photos, I came across this one — of a man sitting on a bench outside the Gallery Of Modern Art here in Brisbane (Australia). He was using his creativity and sketching a view across the Brisbane River into the CBD.


As this was taken about a year ago, that sketch is a record of how the city looked, at that point in time (I zoomed in from a distance so as not to disturb his concentration). If you look at the larger photo (click on this one to be given a larger shot), you can see his sketch of time even better.  🙂


14 thoughts on “Frozen in Time (2)

  1. This is a great shot. Time, it is all around us and always happening at this very moment in time – past, present and future can all arguably be said to be happening all at once. I think you captured this sentiment in this shot very well, and even the detail of the city he is sketching. He’s capturing a moment of what’s past but ever so present and part of it will carry on into the future. Didn’t look like he was disturbed by your presence at all 🙂

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  2. We can never get back any moment of time. To preserve one person’s perspective at any point, whether by drawing or photography, is very special. I like this photo Kim, and the story it tells about the notion of ‘frozen in time’.


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