Every decision we make has consequence, whether it is good, bad or indifferent. The importance of the landscapes we live in is most relevant to the resulting condition of our lives. I have moved across the country and back with little prior knowledge of this consequential phenomenon. Through this, I have realized that every move, every house and every place has a direct effect on the narrative of our lives- most distant from the control we had in choosing where we want to be.
With every image, I have included a journal excerpt from when I was in that place in time. Sifting through the emotions of my past was a large part of completing this series. The tone of each is either euphoric or sad, but never dispirited. The views from our favorite places seem insignificant until, in retrospect, we see them as holding the events of our story. Just like going through old journals, representing the horizon lines I hold dear brought me to the conclusion that our present state of place is most significant to our lives.