Circumstantial Evidence

I've been casually shooting photographs as the new year has rolled its way towards the end of February. (Already?) Most of the images feel somewhat disjointed from each other, and yet, to my eye, seem as though they could be contributing to a greater sense of narrative when taken as a whole. I refer to these photos as "circumstantial evidence." A fairly accurate description of this idea is:

...circumstantial evidence allows for more than one explanation. Different pieces of circumstantial evidence may be required, so that each corroborates the conclusions drawn from the others. Together, they may more strongly support one particular inference over another. An explanation involving circumstantial evidence becomes more likely once alternative explanations have been ruled out...

This is an ongoing series that I hope will develop into a book (or zine) at some point. Work in progress is always a nice way to keep solid commitments at bay.