This book project fills in after my Berger tribute postcards. I felt like I’ve been wanting to explore ‘my’ landscape a bit more. I was never an outdoorsy type but I do like to move and discover new things. Since that time I saw that quarry I used in my Berger postcards, I was drawn to those abandoned spaces quite a lot. I find many things in quarries absolutely fascinating and my imagination runs wild in terms of activities I’d like to perform there.

The liminality in quarries is so profound. The sites where we can still see the left overs from human interaction with the land but we can also notice how the nature started taking over from where man has left. This hand made book is my little portal into solo travels, while appreciating my environment and opportunities found within and through it more openly.