I think nature is my church. Yes, I'm often moved by forest cathedrals and accidents of moment-- uncanny coincidences and the bizarre or unexpected. But what stirs the soul I believe, is the humility one feels near vast expanse. It is imposing on the edge of abyss. Yet somehow, insignificance and uniqueness coexist there. Yes, I feel teensy. And I matter. It's good to have this kind of humility pushed up next to the infinite. It tames the ego. And it also evokes possibility. Photographically, it is these ideas I try to elicit from images of landscape.