This series began as an experiment in how three-dimensional seeing could be represented in the flattened plane. I use a mirror in the landscape to join the space behind me with the space in front of me. In this way I create a temporary landscape that exists only in the captured image. Natural spaces – those without overt human corruption – are spaces that fill me with peace and act as an antidote to our man made world of information overload. My desire is to show how I experience these spaces, but also to comment on how many people interact with them–via a phone screen. The mirror can serve to unify space but it also show how we are sensing these places as visual fragments. I use a circular mirror as a reference to the shape of the eyeball as well as to the fact that all images are projected as true circles and then cropped by the camera.