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Return to the Scene of the Crime

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Take a photo from the past that you took in a particular location. Return to that stop, and take another picture, "framing" the original within the current view.

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#TBT to Miami

Oh how I miss Miami. Here is my heart hands in 2012, and the beach from this past summer. Take me back. Here is my link: http://lifebysavanna.com/visual-assignments/tbt-to-my-miami/.

#TBT To My Miami

Same Place, Different Time. Or as Mötley Crüe would say, “Welcome to the Scene of the Crime.”

 

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Return to the scene of the Crime! (3 stars)

In all honesty, I was only going to do this if I could find the picture I had in my mind. GUess what?! I found it! The original picture was took when I was about 6 years old (I am 20 now) and it was the last time I can …

Returning to the Scene of the CRIME! (3 Stars)

This assignment was intriguing to me in the sense we had to go through old pictures which brought back a lot of great memories from my childhood. The only problem with doing this assignment was figuring out what picture I wanted to use.

After a lot of thought I decided …

An Ode to Goolrick***

This three star visual assignment really made me think about my story as a college student. I knew right away that I was going to do a picture from freshman year, mainly because I have pictures printed out from then and I also needed the location to be in Fredericksburg …

Then and Now

My kids. The trees.  Everything.  Except for that bench.  It’s so much smaller than I remember!

Just three years

Once upon a time, my kids were nowhere close to being able to reach the ground on this bench.  When we took this picture, Justin and I had barely been together…

3 Stars- Returning to the Scene of the Crime

This was a picture that I took back during the snowstorm that happened my freshman year (January 2010?).  It was taken right outside of Seacobeck dining hall.  I had never actually realized how much has changed in the 2-ish years that have passed since then.  That bush that was covered…

Return to the Scene for the Crime

Hey Eagles! Did you know that Campus Walk was nonexistent until 1985?! That’s right the school used to have a road going right down the middle of campus! Originally called Campus Drive, it bricked over in order to promote a pedestrian friendly and smaller community. The transformation was met by…

Returning to the scene of the crime… of cute!

I couldn’t decide between the two of these pictures. One is of just me, at 2 years old. The other is of my brother and I before school one year, don’t know how long ago.…

Return To The Scene Of The Crime

Take a photo from the past that you took in a particular location. Return to that stop, and take another picture, “framing” the original within the current view

Fantastic Four My Best friends from high school and still growing strong are time apart doesn’t erase the memories we had, love…

On the other side of the caution tape– “return to the scene of the crime”

 

 
This picture was taken earlier in the semester with one of my best friends Alyssa. I had fun finding a picture that I could take to the place in which it was taken.  When I was taking the picture of the picture I realized just how many pictures…

Return to the Scene of the Crime

This picture is of my boyfriend and I before our senior prom. We took this picture in front of Hurkamp Park in Downtown Fredericksburg. Luckily I have always lived in Fredericksburg so the majority of my pictures occured here. Because of this, this assignment was relatively easy for me. I…

A Return to the Never-ending Road

This assignment really caught my eye, I thought it was a great idea! As I sat and thought about where I have been, the picture of my cousin and myself popped into my head. Sara had to do a project of someone who was special to her in one of…

Dad was a Bricklayer (Dear Photograph)

What started out as another set of family pictures for the Dear Photograph (or Return to the Scene of the Crime) ds106 assignment sprawls a bit more as I find connection points– let’s see by the end if they lead anywhere. Perhaps a path. Made of bricks. It has to…

Dear Photographs at Mom’s House

The ds106 assignment for what comes below is “Return to the Scene of the Crime”:
Take a photo from the past that you took in a particular location. Return to that stop, and take another picture, “framing” the original within the current view.

The whole premise is to find an…

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