In architecture, one of the most important principles is that of the human scale. That all that is built should be tailored for its user. A step should be high enough for a comfortable step; the height of room and windows should be tall enough to move freely.
The word “desert” means more than just a hot and arid place, but also the lack of any features or anything at all.
In this photo series, I looked to pair a subject found in the environment to frame the landscape. For one it can be used as a scale comparison, but also, just like someone who puts down their umbrella at the beach and calls it their spot, I can use the things left by the people to show the human scale of the desert.