Two black sharp stick-like projections coming out of misty waters. This triptych of black and white photographs show an expanse of water, with rocks and trees emerging from within a mist that encompasses much of the frame. These works can be seen to represent the reality and cycles of life, both through the lens of decay and optimistic solidarity of elements standing strong amongst the swirling mist of the uncertain. "Passage" was featured in the exhibition Journey: Emancipation of the Spirit in 2007, and within the exhibition context, the work was described as showing a "rough sea with resistant dark rocks holding their heads above water," and was considered "a powerful metaphor for the true grit, the stoicism and resistance that characterized our survival of Slavery." Eric Belgrave's triptych "Passage/Test/Temple" has also been described as imbuing "... the impatiently swirling, troubled waters off the Barbadian east coast with a similarly haunting sense of dread and jeopardy, if also with a mysterious power of reckoning."