The field of landscape, although it has been diluted by the profusion of stock photography, still offers surprises and room for innovation. With a mostly geological orientation, I have looked to make emotionally powerful images of scenes I've never seen before, although sometimes I yield to tradition to capture a scape of ineffable beauty.
There are some miniscapes in this collection—short field captures that invite metaphorical readings. I've noted them in a parenthesis next to their title. It's worth noting how similar dronescapes are to them. The fractal element in fluid dynamics, the underlying constant of geological forms, accounts for this ambiguity of scale.