My entire life in one photograph
I put this together recently to show me making the transition from my mom's stomach to old age. Each row represents 10 years of my life except the last row which is only the last five years. Inspiration came from the Led Zep flick The Song Remains the Same.
The photos come from a collection I have been assembling for the last 20 years. I have 550 different photos of me and each one is dated and geo tagged. I can view the entire collection in order and see my life flash in front of my eyes.
I like your collage. It's a great idea for a photo project. You're a brave man. Isn't it amazing, and a bit frightening, how time goes by so fast? (I'm working on my 7th row too)
. . . . . Steve
PS: leave a couple of rows empty at the bottom - there will be more photos yet.
Amazing to see the changes, I was going through all of them for quite a while. Great idea and thanks for sharing.
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