This a country lane somewhere in Guernsey. The point of the painting is, of course, the light – which is also the vanishing point. Walking in a place like this with the sun on one’s face is transformative. Nature is the only reality (not politics or economics), and humans are a part of that reality. Without human agency this view would not exist: humans have moulded the land, making the lane and very probably planting the trees. It is when human agency overreaches, becoming dominant and toxic, that problems appear.