From 35,000 feet, the ground becomes an intricate quilt of organic lines, often nestling the geometry of mankind’s footprint. Residential grids play off of winding roads and the orderly patchwork of croplands. Meanwhile, rivers step up to steal the show; meandering paths where water has etched its own history, revealing the intimate relationship of fluid liquid moving through the immobile landscape.
— Melissa Breyer, Issue 10