In Passing, Still, places are seen fleetingly, through the windows of moving cars, buses, and trains. Panning movements calibrated to the speed of travel and distance to subject are used to track a single roadside object, keeping it relatively focused and still within the frame. At the same time, slow shutter speed records parallax effects across the image sensor, creating complex layers of blurred, gestural, and exploding line and shape. The images are edited in Adobe Lightroom, in a process somewhat like painting and drawing to further enhance abstraction and spatial complexity. In these images, the camera and speeding vehicle, together, change and inform the way we see things while re-ordering conventional notions of photographic landscape, beauty, and memory.