Fleeted Happenings is a collection of images by Andrew Lyman depicting light-lined silhouettes of people in dimly lit, natural landscapes. The series explores "the transcendence of memory through time in relation to space," says the Savannah, Georgia-based photographer.
In the pictures, the people appear as translucent figures, barely visible but for the light that defines their shapes. The human figures are at once part of the landscape and apart from it, their faint shapes reflecting the ethereality of memory as it relates to place.
View the whole series on Andrew's website.
(via My Modern Met)