The transitory aspect of landscapes is emphasized throughout the series by the use of alternative photographic processes and expired photographic paper. Images printed on aged paper are characterised by faded areas, spots, and unpredicted colourations. prints are often affected by light, even after processing, resulting in images with low contrasts that might degrade and change appearance over time. the title of the project refers to the ‘fluidity’ of the natural environment and to the water, chemicals and elements affecting geographical formations. this is reflected in the working process, as many images in this series are printed on etching paper, that has been previously coated with liquid photographic emulsion.