Time Travel For WPC (Time travel to the past)

 is leading this week’s Photo Challenge. ” …I wanted to convey a sense of time passing against the backdrop of the sign. Time — both fleeting and infinite at once.” LD’s photo indeed has conveyed the sense of time passing and captured fleeting and infinite time at once. Amazing!

WPC Time 2-7

Time travel to the past from China (1500 BC), Mexico(1600 BC), Peru (1000 BC), Roman (3rd to 4th AD), and Maya (700 AD).

Time travel–at least to the future–is theoretically possible, according to Einstein’s Theory of Relativity. But, time travel to the past remains impossible. The theory is beyond me. Nevertheless, I feel “time travel to the past” when I’m visiting a museum.

View more entries, click HERE. Thank you for the inspiring theme, Dragon (ETCETERA ETCETERA ETCETERA)!

Photos were taken at the San Antonio Museum of Art.

54 thoughts on “Time Travel For WPC (Time travel to the past)

  1. These pictures are great. I love the sense of movement (time travelling) in the main one. The eye is drawn back in time to the table and then further on (into the present again) to the obscure modern figure beyond.

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    • Thank you, Dragon! The level of peacefulness and contentment, you can only get from reading a good book or visiting a museum. My head spins so bad after watching the physics TT. 🙂


  3. Not an easy challenge,but you did excellent job,dear Amy!Your first photo is astonishing in everyway,my friend!The Chinese musem exhibits are fabulously showcased as well!Nice thoughts on Time,most exceptional work 🙂 ❤ xxx

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