Photographer Chrystel Mukeba is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  These images are from her project ‘You Are All That I Remember‘.  To see Chrystel’s body of work click on any image. 








Each scene depicts the memory of a perceived moment. These are similar to paintings out of my imagination when time seems to be suspended. Like a huge playground is extending to infinity. Becoming aware of this ephemeral, this property real place, although present, which I saw integral part of us. Feel all the fragility of life, the touch of your fingertips. Capture the moment or the vulnerability can be glimpsed, this tiny fragment of time or the camera ceases to exist. This obsession, to want to find some kind of beauty in the mundane, the ordinary and nothing. Let these images invade us, overwhelm us.







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Self Portrait

By Chrystel Mukeba