The Change of Seasons Project is Finished

For months, almost daily, I took pictures with my mobile phone of my commute to work. Some of them are published on my Instagram account. I wanted to have a recollection of the views, always the same but always changing.

The project started in July 2016 and finished in June 2017.

Ditton Meadows, October 2016
Ditton Meadows, October 2016

Around March I lost a few pictures, while January and February weren’t the most prolific months.

Ditton Meadows, November 2016
Ditton Meadows, November 2016

Focussing on one project for an entire year – and limiting it with the use of the phone camera only – has proven difficult to me. Could be a coincidence, but at some point I lost interest in it, and tried to bring back my photography enthusiasm by pointing my lens to the small details around me.

Stourbridge Common, May 2017
Stourbridge Common, May 2017

See all the pictures on the project page.

Photo Project: The Change Of Seasons, Part 1 – Summer

Having started working for a company in Cambridge in July, and commuting every day with my bicycle, I saw the opportunity to take pictures.

Bringing a camera with me was never the best solution, therefore I relied on my iPhone. For months, almost daily, I published photos of my commute on my Instagram account, tagging them #mycommute and #onmybicycle.

Same views, different times of day, different seasons. Actually, I never stopped taking pictures, so this has become an ongoing project.

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