At first glance, this may just look like a photo of a bridge. Which is an astute observation, because it is…

At first glance, this may just look like a photo of a bridge. Which is an astute observation, because it is a photo of a bridge. Good call!

ben franklin bridge to philadelphia

Of course, for me, it’s not just a photo of a bridge — it means something more.

I took this photo driving over the Ben Franklin Bridge between New Jersey and Pennsylvania as my husband and I headed to Philadelphia for a weekend away, a weekend planned to celebrate our successful navigation of some big life shifts.

When I look at this photo, I don’t think, “Huh, that’s a bridge.” I think, “We did it!”

This week, we want to see photos that represent change. Depending on where in the world you are, this could be a winter landscape blossoming to spring, or vice versa. It could be a picture of a place you’ve left behind and hope never to return to, a photo of a place you hope to reach, or a snapshot of where you currently stand in a journey. Perhaps you’ll capture your child on the cusp of a developmental milestone, or the sun just about to flip the switch between night and day.

As we crossed the bridge, a number of changes took place:

  • We changed from being in New Jersey (the king of states) to being in Pennsylvania (the runner-up of states).
  • We changed from being in a familiar, comfortable location to a being in a (sort-of) foreign one.
  • We changed from being on weekday, work life time to weekend, celebration time.
  • We cemented the changes from our old life to the new.

michelle-weberIn a new post created for this challenge, share a picture that says CHANGE.

We’re excited to see the purely literal, the totally figurative, and everything in between.

– Michelle


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    1. Here’s our first CHANGE post! An abandoned mental hospital at night by a former patient! Represents how things physically can change over time and her personal mental change!

      And I have to include a link to this one from yesterday, it’s just too perfect not to!
      ( )

  1. Change is the only constant in life. Even my face has had it’s changes. Places keep changing, sometimes from bad to worse, and we call it deterioration or dilapidation. At other times from good to better and that’s improvement or progress.
    Let’s always contribute towards positive change so that the world would be a better place. I’m still thinking in words… Aaahhh! :)

  2. Hi all, my post named “Transitions” because we’re experimenting with photos that encourage navigation or finding your own path (much like change).. since you guys know photos, I’d love to get your response to the app and hopefully you can help me get some content?

  3. Michelle, you are sooo right about New Jersey being the King of States! Huge change for me to move to Texas and then to Egypt after spending my whole life in Jersey. Hmmm, maybe a blog post idea….

  4. Butea monosperma is a species of Butea native to tropical and sub-tropical parts of the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia, ranging across India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Malaysia, and western Indonesia.

    In West Bengal (India), it is associated with spring. Spring is one of the four conventional temperate seasons, following winter and preceding summer – Change anticipated.

  5. Reblogged this on KhanhDuy's blog and commented:
    Đây là một event hết sức thú vị, tuy giải thưởng không có nhưng chủ để của mỗi tuần rất thú vị. từ đấy có những bức ảnh hoàn toàn đơn giản nhưng lại mang nhiều ý nghĩa của người thực hiện chúng.
    Follow để tham gia hoặc chiêm ngưỡng những bức ảnh ấy nhé.

    Mình cũng đi mượn máy để tham dự đây!!
    Chúc các bạn cuối tuần vui vẻ nhé.

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