And then one day, you’re standing on the platform, watching a train whizz past, wondering where all that time went.

Priyanshi Thakkar give us a glimpse of a man lost in thought about all that lost time.

Sometimes, speed gives us moments of stillness.

At the fag end of our lives, through the difficult process of ageing, despite having a lot of answers, the passage of time is often the biggest question. “Where Did It Go” and how do we make it stop?


(We want to thank Priyanshi Thakkar for making us pause and ponder with this photograph.)


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