36 imagesan act or instance of passing from one place or condition to another an opening or entrance into, through or out of something the route or course by which a person passes the permission, right, or freedom to pass a voyage by water from one point to another a lapse or passing, as of time transference transition Almost 15 years of research led me on a journey of discovery, six generations back on my mother's side to a small town in rural Texas. A place where the population was never more than 200 people, who farmed and crafted sandstone from the bountiful supply in the area. To a road that leads to where my family lived, worked and died. These images are a blend of the collection of photographs my grandmother had of her family, used to continue the narrative in new photographs made by me in the same area my family resided. With a current population of approximately 35 people, I tried to capture what life was still there, while reflecting on the past life of the town. Some remnants of a community post slavery still remain, but mostly, what exists from then to now are just the trees.