We all live and work within our personal landscapes- surrounded by objects, ideas, beliefs and values, that help shape our
personal identities. Most of the time we think about landscape photography as a kind of scenery of the natural world,
exposing the image of the lively and empty environment of humans, but we do not consider the landscape as a kind of an individual background.
Our personal Landscape is formed, mostly, by the ideas we have about the world- its history, its institutions and the people who inhabit it. Our beliefs and values- what we care about deeply- surround us and inform our day-today interactions with others.
Our personal landscape also becomes the setting of our work.
I discovered my own personal landscape by roaming around my vicinity.