I recently wrote a post here about how fleeting street photography is – people caught in a moment that quickly passes, but the photos endure.
Starting forty years ago, photographer Chris Porz photographed many people on the streets of Peterborough, England. In more recent years, he has tracked down some of those people featured in his original photographs and photographed them again, often in the same locations.
It is intriguing to see how much the people and the streets have changed and yet how much is familiar across the time that has elapsed. What will you recognise about yourself and your home in forty years?
Here are my favourite examples in Chris’ project but there are plenty more in the link below.