Transitions and Boundaries
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Transitions and Boundaries

I am fascinated by the transitional hour of twilight. Roaming city streets at this time, I am drawn to locales that suggest transition and boundary-crossing — for example, former industrial districts with buildings that are vacant or repurposed.
Even a single pedestrian can be a boundary-marker. Such figures, like the shifting light, are in-transit. Also, one person represents a kind of boundary between population and desolation.
In a temporarily unpopulated urban space, it seems that nothing is happening. However, signs of human presence suggest a story is about to start. I try to capture a scene poised between nothing-is-happening and something-is-about-to-begin.

Lynn Saville