During the first week of April of this 2013 I took part in an artist residency at Cow House Studios, on a working cow farm in south eastern Ireland, near the town of Enniscorthy. For most people the opportunity would be one of intense production, accomplishing work that had been planned for a great deal of time, only suffering from a lack of time to execute it. When I arrived I had little idea of what I would create there, only knowing that it should be something singular and in response to the transitory nature of my being there. I walked for four days, climbing the mountain, exploring the forest, and wandering through the common land that joined two counties. The images I created, unique direct positive prints, attest to the fleeting nature of our experience with the landscape, specifically the lands we travel to see. Blurred, yet indicating horizons and skies, the photographs are meant to evoke memory without dictating it, allowing me to remember without being told what my mind’s eye should see.