I see the village in the distance and focus my lens. I see snowy roofs. Many. Any aggregation of houses. I look through my camera and wander to the left. I still see snowy roofs, houses. My perspective has changed. Do I still see the same village? I focus my camera toward the mountain. It`s right in front of me. I see stone, grey, split, light yellow-coloured deposits. I move my lens further to the right. Still seeing a grey rock , a similar splitting within the stone. It seems to me as if I see precisely the same reality, the same image before my eye. But yet the coloring in the stone is rather red. Even so my observation about the village: An interplay between surfaces, structure and lines on the one hand and the different perspectives on the other hand, which changes the discernible space. At the same time the landscape seems to remain identical.