REMOTE AND NOSTALGIC, far from human presence, nature reveals some of its mystery. Just a glimpse, with no explanation, causes the viewer to both desire and fear union with the environment. The colourfield of 'Hudson Bay' is captivating and terrific - the kind of place one might visit in a dream or out of body experience, but too dangerous to enter unprotected. It is an imagined recollection of a place and time completely unaffected by human activity, and yet the observer sees it. The privilege of the gaze looms and humbles. Hudson Bay is greater than us, yet we must protect it.