Large open space has always mystified me in many ways. Many flat, arid and super expansive landscapes serve, to me at least, as an easy segue to the concept of infinity. Visually from the ground, there often appears to be no end or rather no geological change in features or, flatness, all the way to and beyond the horizon. Vegetation in these places is often thin and the soil hardened from wind and lack of water. I really have never felt drawn to this type of landscape nor have I felt inclined to try and capture it until now. The first image below is a start. Just a start. I was in Boise yesterday and while driving back I noticed a power line that appeared to have no rise or fall or end. It was just carried by a landscape that I have never appreciated or liked aesthetically.