The world more often offers fleeting impressions than fixed and determined moments frozen in time. This is especially true at night. The ephemeral and uncertain nature of what I see in the night is compounded for me by nearsightedness. When I walk about at night, I’m less interested in what I see and more interested in the process of seeing. These photos are an attempt to convey the sense of the transitory glance and the faint unfixed memories they impart. https://www.hookstrapped.com/...
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