What happens when you consider the sky as a landscape? The focus shifts to a negative space of expansive nothingness. Location becomes ambiguous and universal. How can structures, natural and unnatural, frame that negative space? Framing and color give dimension to the seemingly flat surface. This was my approach to landscape when I was stuck at Bowdoin for the weekend, trying to view my surroundings in a different and interesting way. Success? Yes. In many shades of blue.