Much of the southern United States is composed of what is simply referred to as "Red Dirt." Over time it becomes evident that this dirt's hue is ingrained, literally and figuratively, in the landscape. Through new development digging it up, or the erosion of time, this color is a constant that becomes hard to ignore. Eventually, a common color palette brings itself to the forefront and becomes an unwitting connection between new and old. This ruddy soil is like the lifeblood that runs through the earthy veins of this landscape. These images are studies of this region, its color, and visual expressions of how it all comes together as a distinctly unique landscape.