Bus stop: portraits of prisoners just released from prison
30-year-old photographer from the United States Emily Kinni (Emily Kinni) shot a series of portraits at the Greyhound bus station in Huntsville, Texas. Huntsville is a prison city with 11 different prison blocks with different regimes, which makes the prison industry one of the most important in the city. The largest block is known as the block of walls, it also serves as a regional center of liberation, all prisoners leave this block. From Monday to Friday, from 100 to 150 prisoners are released from prison per day. If there is no one to meet the released, they go to the bus station and wait for their bus from the city. Two buses leave the station every day, therefore, depending on the time of release, some of these people have to wait a couple of hours. Emily went to the bus stop to photograph former prisoners while they were waiting for the next phase of her life to begin.