Suzette Bross subverts the instant imagery of her camera phone to re-imagine the landscape of her childhood. Bross pauses during her routine commute to take fleeting looks at the familiar landscape, sometimes seeing something new or newly seen. The motion of the drive warps and twists the images, just as memories of home, youth and truth warp and twist over the course of time. However, the instant flow of current information is paused as the truth in the bend in the road is questioned and the truth about her mark in time. What Bross sees seems to stay the same but is irrevocably altered through renewed and repeated telling of her story.