Change over time is another major theme I tend to be drawn towards in my own work and the work of others, whether it’s places or people. Today, I want to share a book published in 2014. Nicholas Nixon’s book, The Brown Sisters: Forty Years, showcases images he took of his wife and her three sisters each year from 1975 through 2014. When I look through the pages, I am struck by all of the in-betweens. The days that filled each year between photos no doubt contained multitudes. Yet, each year’s image is a celebration of being together, again. Of love over time. Of aging and inevitability. Nixon’s photographs are clearly a gift to the sisters and their families, but are also a gift to the rest of us who are on life’s journey. I really hope there will be a new version in 2024.