Well, the LiDAR has shown us that a digitally rendered landscape offers, in some ways, more insights into the geology than a picture, a hike, or a stereo model. Of course, the field observations are the most fun and provide the true context that allow us to gain those epiphanic insights. But...have we ever done any real field work? After going through some old photos I started to wonder if the whole thing has been a synthesized digital construct fed into my brain from some inscrutable computer network. I believe these are KC's photos.