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!
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.
In 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.
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