Bus shelter veiled in aphotic glass clouded by weather and personage. Some people say that the essence of a ghost is manifested through the interior playback of old structures, but the living is echoed too, recorded here in mark-making events that resist or otherwise intervene on the landscape and the surrounding suburbs.
Photography has long been suggested as a supernatural tool for photographing ghosts - dating back to the 19th century. These spiritous markings on the bus stop may be removed or replaced, their original makers scatted long ago. However, their photographic documentation endures.