Wherever the eye moves, the landscape takes on an eerie character: there seems to be no life, as if vegetation and plant seems to have abandoned the burnt out area.
When trees are burnt, the landscape changes and there appears to be less greenery. Set against the wide open skies, the trees take a silhouette which is surreal, as if in a moonscape.
The design of the boxes, with its square angles, does not mitigate the scenery; the idea is that we sometimes miss the big picture as our mind takes in a picture of the area. In reality, our perception is endless and has no angles.
There is something physical called contiguous and contiguity meaning that as we continue our sight experience, we form perceptions that we sometimes clearly don't understand: this means there are black holes in our understanding of reality.
Black holes is a scientific term that describes gravitational forces that we acknowledge alludes our quantum of human knowledge. If there is an admission of vulnerability, we can seriously consider that what we see and experience could be riddled with Black Holes too.
The idea that Black Holes exist should bring us to a situation of "conscionable conduct" which to me is an agreement that we are "humbled" in our attitude to Realities.