My impression of the landscape is one of a teeming and active earth: dragonflies, butterflies, grasses and flowers moving and swaying, an undergrowth of constant movement and change. We look down all the time, watching and observing. There in Lough Boora Parklands I observed how big the skies seemed when I stopped looking down and looked up. ~The skies move constantly too, and rapidly. I wanted to capture the vast expansive and fleeting skies, if only temporarily, in the surface of the earth. It's like cutting into the bog to reveal the sky above.