This large old tree is posited as something otherworldly, almost unrecognizable. I remember the first time I saw a 150 ft white pine deep in the Adirondack Mountains I almost couldn’t believe it. But the east coast used to be full of them and even larger chestnut trees before a blight disappeared them. A lone melancholic figure stands there, contemplating it perhaps. The glow of the tree comes from an unknown source, from the emotion of the person or the interaction between person and tree. ''Lunar Landing'' as a title positions either the tree or the person as a mars rover of sorts, wandering unknown or unfamiliar lands in search of answers. If the tree, this takes on an apocalyptic, environmental connotation, the tree is finding its way in a new world of full human dominance. If the person, perhaps they are finding a new sense of nature, or looking to nature to find a sense of self.