Things often look different when viewed from a distance. Considered from quite far away, things look very special. From a bird's eye view, from different positions and flight altitudes, I photographed shoreline landscapes and composed the individual images into works consisting of several panels. The result is landscape scenes that, despite their restrained post-processing, oscillate between representationalism and abstraction. The viewer knows what he is seeing. Often, however, he hardly recognizes it. The shorelines increasingly dissolve into surfaces, lines, patterns. The nature abstracts itself and reveals itself in the variety of colors of the riparian vegetation, in the thousands shades and reflections on the surface of the water, in the breaks and layers of the ice sheets on the lakes. By grouping individual pictures, I emphasize the objectivity of landscapes here, and sometimes their dematerialisation.