As we pass through our everyday lives we make a mark on the world, whether we do it consciously or not, large or small. So when we think of landscape, why do we typically think of the beautiful, wild outdoors like those found in Ansel Adams' photographs? What about the landscape we interact with everyday? The landscape that consists of roads and commonplace buildings.

While I'm definitely not the first to ask these questions, I do find them interesting. So, in an exploration of landscape photography and my every day life, I went out into the great city of Albuquerque and took photos of my landscape. My world. My life. And I challenge you to take a look around as you go through your day to day life. Look at the beautiful space, city, planet you call home and appreciate its grandeur and its flaws.

Where is your land(scape)?