At the beginning of the research I took still images of external points on the journey for reference, and panoramic photographs of each bus stop. The panoramic images were originally for reference only, a method to record the buildings and spaces around the bus stop in a single image. The images revealed the spaces and objects around the bus stop as static reference points. Around the stillness of the buildings, the images recorded the movement of the vehicles as they passed the lens. The panoramic setting on the camera recorded the movement of the vehicles as broken abstract forms. These forms were varied. Passing cars were constructed and deconstructed in various ways. They were stretched; sections disappeared, and appeared to hover above the road surface.