This triptych was inspired by the dramatic difference in perception that accompanies a change of scale. When viewing any subject from a great distance, we inevitably come away with an impression that is dramatically different from what we would find if we viewed the same thing on a personal level or scrutinized it under a microscope. These three images are all visions of the sea. The first shows a vast horizon under golden sunlight. The second is an underwater snapshot of bubbles and seaweed. The final panel depicts a network of cell walls, nature's underlying structure.