Photographer Rusty Weston is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From the project ‘Unrealized’.  To see Rusty’s body of work, click on any image.








The Grip


Night occupies a prominent space in the murky area between dreams and reality. But night is a tricky canvas. When our vision is obscured, we misperceive our surroundings, and things don’t always add up. The interplay of light and movement can distort our perception and our awareness. Yet our innate powers of pattern recognition enable us to stitch together a sense of place or even intuit an emotion from the barest of details. These nocturnal images spotlight our urban anxieties — and false impressions that can happen in the blink of a shutter.


She Heard Footsteps






Sin Excepcion




The Unrealized images were shot primarily in San Francisco, Oakland and Southern California.


All images and text © Rusty Weston



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