Nicholas Lund stood in a small side yard one early morning, surrounded by a crowd of people. Some were in business suits, just stopping by before work.
He watched as others commuted by, probably unsure of what they were seeing: a silent mob of people holding large cameras, just waiting.
Standing in a small space next to someone's home, those people were putting off life for a morning. But it was a bird's own displacement that had called them all together.