A narrow, single track road, lower than the fields it travels through, has steep, cliff-like sides, taller than a car, taller than a person. In many places, the pale, chalky bedrock is exposed. Trees grow atop these sides and their roots either delve through fissures in the rock (see Overhang) or, as here, seem to float above the rockface.
Indian ink on kaolin-coated board,
16″ x 12″
Reserved for exhibition
A note about the title can be found here