Friesland, NL - flatness
On the train I like how the landscape sweeps by when it's flat. I see a horse rider in a big field and can't tell if he's stationary or galloping as the train feels like it's pivoting around him. It occurs to me that flat landscapes face up to flat bottomed clouds, their respective interestingnesses found deeper within. For the clouds that's the weather you can read in the lines of the fronts - on land it's the history of human-engineering of the land and water. Flat at their surfaces from which I see them, and yet each full of stories.
2016Mayweekend with friends in De Sayter