In “The Last Stop” I documented the area in and nearby Wassaic, NY—the end of the Metro-North line that connects Dutchess County with New York City. This area is full of tiny hamlets, many of which used to be hubs for state mental institutions, dairy farming, iron works, and other industries from the turn of the century. Currently, people are in a state of flux, particularly in terms of their relationship to farming, the land, and how to survive financially in an area with, for the most part, a lack of economic opportunity. While traditions and future direction are shifting, like so many agricultural areas, there are also many things about that remain frozen in time. Some of the people I met were united by a drive to preserve their heritage and the fabric of small town life while others were seeking out innovative ways of reinterpreting old traditions and businesses. When turning a corner, I never knew if I would find an abandoned building crumbling in its beauty, a farm struggling to get by, or a new organic plot with enthusiastic young farmers in the field.