If it was the same hill on the same day, we wouldn’t be troubling you about it. And while this is by no means a different hill on a different day, Chicago-based photographer Paul Octavious’s Same Hill, Different Day series is still worth a gander.
The hill in question, an unnamed slope in Chicago’s Lincoln Park, is a fairly ordinary hill, as far as hills go. But in Octavious’ hands, it’s never quite the same hill, per se: its appearance changes throughout the course of a day and across the passing of seasons. Better yet, it’s a window to watch the many different people who visit for many different purposes: flying kites, riding sleds and sometimes just sitting there, ostensibly pondering the deeper meaning of hills.