This body of work is about embracing a liminal, waiting space, that I found myself in at the beginning of 2019 and Covid. During this time, I was losing a family member to illness and my child had grown and moved to the other side of the world. The skies were full of smoke from wildfires, and that contributed to what I was as experiencing as a surreal time, not just in my own life, but my view of the world in lockdown. As I navigated this new territory, I found solace in property surrounding my home, especially near cars that were all works in progress. My interest in the transience of life, family, and perception of time all played a part of this healing journey and photographic process.