In this narrative, the viewer is dominated by the ever-present ambiguity of the photograph. The viewer will be continuously frustrated as they attempt to see the whole picture. By not presenting the entire photograph, its significance is weakened. I am further exploring the disintegration of my parent’s marriage, and its ultimate termination. The tissue paper over the images obscures their faces and encrypts a message about their diminished love story. This is not a narrative about two people’s love for each other, but one about the issues that lie beneath the surface. By hiding parts of the photograph, it not only denies the viewer the whole story but also speaks to the veiled misery that takes place in some relationships. With conflict in life, our previous relationships may break and become lost in the fabric that once held them together.