When looking upon our environment, be it rural or urban, we might find our gaze adjusting into a particular point of focus.
The spot where this seems to be found is located in some peculiar alignment of heart, mind and eye; spacious, open, and vast. Yet found with a gentle intensity of concentration and attentiveness.
There is a flood of aesthetic sensitivity that seems to flow into that moment of focus, that place of seeing. It as if perception's envoys ride into the moment both up from the heart and in from the world, bearing invitations for perception to enter and inhabit the perceived.
Their invitation speaks of drawing closer and being drawn fully into all that which is seen.