“The past, like the future, is indefinite and exists only as a spectrum of possibilities.”
Stephen Hawking.

For everything there is a season, a time to photograph and a time to return and photograph it again.
If you’re like me, then you shoot with feeling.
You are drawn to a certain place because it calls to you spiritually.
But once your creations from that encounter have come to fruition, you consider it to be over and done with so as not to seem ungrateful for the opportunity.
You don’t dare go back for fear of taking advantage of its kindness.
But just as we grow and change, so too do environments.
Returning to the scene of what you experienced as a fortuitous, existential shoot can prompt yet another creative epiphany.
You could return every season; or at different times of day when the light changes, if you wish for a more rapid response.
Or how about returning when you yourself are experiencing life in a different way.
A person’s own unique life experiences change the way subject matter is viewed.
Seeing the difference in one’s creations in this way can be quite cathartic.
Our cameras can be our therapists.
My blog is an example of returning to a location after twenty years of running from a place.