Frozen in Time
Time in Motion
More time and motion
Going back in time
Frozen, thinking it was a dummy advertising a dress shop she gave me a real shock when she moved.
I have attempted myself to go back in time.
Time is important at Flinders Street Station if you are to catch the train on time.
This, however, is the photo that I think really shows time in so many different ways. We have my Mum, at 87, who has seen a lot in her time. Muffin, a puppy, who thinks time belongs to her and at this age we were wishing time would hurry along so she would stop piddling and chewing in inappropriate places. Bundy and Roger, at the same point in time, both feeling the passage and ravages of time. I know that there are three visible time pieces in this photo (but you will be lucky to pick out more than 1). Roger collects clocks and they stop for no-one. However, the item that for me is the most representative of time is the memoir sitting on the table. A memoir tells of a past time and life by an in the present time narrator. The past they relate is not the past that was lived but rather the time as the present day person constructs from memory. Why do they go back in time? Maybe to make sense of a time past but I believe rather, it is to create a future. Memoir for me is the ultimate in time travel.
In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge