Bury Me in This Place, is about gazing at the world we live in, contemplating the existence of man, past, present, future and the process of self-finding. All the photographs are captured by a large format pinhole camera, with which I trace back to the beginning of photography. As the pinhole camera has super tiny aperture and infinite depth of field, everything in the frame is in focus, but nothing is sharp. Due to long exposure, the fluidity of time appears, and the constant change is revealed from eternity. I tried to eliminate control of the camera and collaborate with the it to depict the inner landscapes of me.