“Same Hill, Different Day” by Paul Octavious

May 21, 2011 § 7 Comments

Just stumbled across the beautiful work of Paul Octavious. His project “Same Hill, Different Day” is a series of photos and short clips shot at the same hill but on…different days 🙂 A rather self-explanatory title. The hill is a versatile venue, taking on different roles during each days and seasons – sometimes a movie theatre, sometimes a skiing resort, and other times, the perfect place to fly a kite.


I went to a Monet exhibit recently and I couldn’t help noting the similarities behind Monet’s work and these pictures (huge Impressionist fan in the house). Both us the same consistent landscape as the subject of each painting or shot but highlight the subtle changes that occur day to day.

His photos are absolutely stunning – definitely worth check out the full size pictures.

[Photo Source: Paul Octavious]

P.S. I wonder which hill this is? Reminds me a little of Mount Trashmore in Virginia Beach!

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