Monday, November 20, 2006

from the hinterland to the foreland

A large alluvial fan debouches a Montana range. You have a system that graphs out the change form hinterland to lower-relief foreland. Low-relief has the fanning out effect. Relief from stress, work, being uncertain? Large relief in knowing what exactly to do….following a straight path. Small relief in being perplexed, looking for a set course of travel. High-relief (single road, chasms, cliffs, no means of escape………..insular) Low-relief (make diversions, conduits, flat fields, meandering mind……….open to suggestion)

Dichotomy? Low-relief: ways to question your own confusion.



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all sounds like geography to me (!!!)

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