This landscape is unique in its structure. It is not a common occurance to see sizeable creek on a floodplain close to the open woodland country. Normally, there is an area of floodplain or grassplain which will collect the water from the woodlands and flow to a creek or river. What also has added to the uniqueness was the apparent luminescence that came to life while I was creating the piece. The river clearly has a life of its own as it changes direction regularly as it moves across the floodplain. The life and light in the greens for me convey that uniqueness in the landform because it is not a colour that produces itself very often and on such a large scale.