Filmed in Baskett Slough near Rickreall, OR. Meant to follow the tradition of W.G. Hoskins in viewing landscape as nostalgic and "backwards-looking".
Hoskins believed that landscape was built over time and that it embodied themes of temporality, locality, and rurality. This video follows his view that landscape is "out there," something objective and made up of "things". Hoskins also believed that an important part of landscape was the idea that it is disappearing, and so this video includes a brief look at the technology and modernity that invades landscape and acknowledges that it can never be as it once was.
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