This series of images shows the beauty of the human form in the landscape. The photographs were made with an 8x10 field camera over a three year period and show a unique collaboration between the subjects and the photographer. A quote from the Ashville Citizens Times states - " Kiersten's pictures produce a nice paradox between the small scale of the physical image and the vastness of the landscape depicted. He forces you to go close, to enter the environment psychologically and find the figure." "...he realized the emotional response he finds in the landscape could be heightened by the power of the figure moving in it..." "...when he scouts a locale he likes, he has the dancer move very slowly and meditatively," he said, "until we find the gesture that evokes the quality of reverence for nature."