Screenprint and digital pigment print in an edition of 10, 96 x 70.5 cm.

An example of the genre of ‘maps’ that lay rivers side by side, and mountains side by side, for purposes of comparing their sizes. The image features the comparative heights of major Scottish mountains based on charts from the 18th and 19th Century and reflects on a time when the general population were taking more interest in their natural surroundings.