The work focuses on realistic depictions of the transitive, momentary visual transactions one might see when walking. Cast shadows and refracted light, furniture left on the curb, poorly bricked over windows, bent fences, footprints in concrete. It focuses on the impacts of pedestrians in particular, but people in general. No matter our method of transportation, we are all passengers. Especially in urban environments, it often seems that we are less in tune with our surroundings than in more rural environments, but I believe there is much more of an even energy exchange between inhabitant and place in cities due to the high concentration. There is less room to grow, less time to heal, so there is a more visible impact.