Two Lakes Trail is a 13 mile loop in Southern Indiana that took me 6 hours to hike today.
I met not a single soul on the entire trail, leaving plenty of time to think about place, time, and consistency. Now that winter is almost here, colors are not as vibrant anymore, and I like the distance this creates. It allows a strong focus.
I also like the concept of a loop, as a design pattern, a way to return to oneself, remaining consistent, but still transformed.
We are familiar with transformation through time (I can still feel my sore muscles). The transformation through space is more subtle, it requires to inhabit a place, and the only way to do this is through consistency.