In this age of GPS and omniscient powers available
to anyone with access to Google, what do we see
when we look at a landscape? Can we still feel
wonder amidst all that data?
In these images, scale becomes lost, details of time
and place are absent and we are left with lines, forms,
and tones that can take us away from the specific and
into the abstract. In philisophical terms,the thisness
(haecceity) of our information saturated lives gives way
to a whatness (quiddity) and we are allowed to gaze with
new eyes. We are allowed to get lost again.