For me one aspect I particularly love about photography is the fact it can make its subject timeless. It freezes the object of the photograph in place, forever preserving it in time. Locked in place as it was the day the photo was taken. Sometimes though, the subject matter is itself timeless and my action of taking a photo becomes a way for me to prove the scene has remained unchanged over time for myself. Such was the case with last weeks photo in Monochrome Mondays of one of my favorite spots in Ireland. Similarly, a fabulously rickety old bridge in Wellfleet, Massachusetts known as Uncle Tim’s Bridge has stood unchanged since my first encounter with it over 20 years ago. Long may more things stay that way in this chaotic world!
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All Photographs By Robert P. Doyle