Taken with a slow shutter speed from moving trains, these abstract landscapes of time and space blur the edges of reality. With only small amounts of representational material, the images offer a personal interpretation of rural and urban geography. Little has been altered beyond color from what was captured in-camera. The recorded blur of motion suggests the complexity of vision often taken for granted as the brain instantaneously processes the electrical signals from perceived light to interpret what we see. The title refers to the slow movement in music.