The times they are a changing' - Bob Dylan used the words in his 1963 hit but they continue to have meaning in 2020 and in fact, throughout history.
While Dylan's words were prophetic, the reality is that things are always changing throughout life, throughout history.
Keen Southern Highlands photographer James Whitfield has clearly captured a portion of change within our own community in these two snaps of then and now.
These snaps have been taken at a location in Mittagong that most would have passed, no doubt many times, over the years.
Just up the road from Mittagong McDonalds, on the corner of Bessemer and Regent Streets, there was once a sawmill.
These days the site is home to several housing units.
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