As the final leg of my Bachelor's degree, I participated in a study abroad program that wound through England, Wales and Scotland. I spent considerable time in the passenger seat and I didn't want to miss anything. During our quest to make photographs for our book, I did take many photos for my Nothing to See Here Project and this is an extension of that.
These photographs are an exploration of seeing the countryside in motion and how most people can't remember every individual kilometer. It's a blur punctuated by outcrops or a unique event that sticks out in memory. These are those memories, imperfect, blurry and green.
Truthfully, this concept did not begin or end in the United Kingdom, I've included a few frames from my travels elsewhere.