(Click TWICE to Enlarge) There are – we know – many examples of Sykes’ landscapes in which he includes a road among his subjects. We could, by now, make a calendar of these road recordings. In many of them the road is cast as the primary subject extending through a landscape that is more or less cleared of other landmarks. Here a nearly red bi-way cuts between low swells in a green farmland while heading for a lone tree that stands most satisfyingly on the horizon. The delicacy of that tree is repeated in the clouds. That, again, we don’t know where we are is not upsetting.