(Re) imagined, (re) constructed landscapes of famous cities, iconic places, and sometimes rural, non-descriptive corners of the world. The disappeared, the lost, and the wished collide in these imagined landscapes. Many of the stories depicted are metaphors of family secrets, personal struggles, dreams, and shared experiences both in public and private places. All of the images investigate of the duality and sometimes conflict between domesticity and utilitarianism, reality and fantasy, self and society. By rearranging and reconstructing stories, landscapes, or memories, I explore poetic versions of home, belonging, loss, self, gender, and domesticity. The narratives presented in the work use mystic, allegoric, and historical references and are all anchored in the premise that the landscape is both a silent witness and a vehicle for those narratives.