Victor Anthony's Waterbound
"In the fall of 2007, my wife and I emigrated from my native Tennessee to British Columbia’s Gulf Islands. Home for us now is a rock in the Salish Sea that is exactly the same size as Manhattan. It has a year-round population of 4,500 souls, every last one of which is dependent on the ferry service for travel beyond our shores. Having lived my entire life in a land-locked place, ferry travel is a completely new experience and I began documenting it almost immediately upon our arrival. WATERBOUND is exclusively 35mm analogue work and is essentially street photography on (or near) ships. What was initially extraordinary has by now become normal, but my interest has yet to wane and a camera still rides with me on every single sailing. I fully expect this series to continue well into the foreseeable future."
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