Curves are formed when a straight line bends, altering its direction. A line, in essence, is an abstract and mathematical concept that lacks physical existence. However, concepts serve a purpose in describing tangible phenomena or objects. When a straight road takes a bend, it undergoes a change in direction, transforming into a curved arc. Consequently, following this road leads one astray from their intended straight path, diverting them elsewhere. My landscape is adorned with numerous curves, their lines intersecting to create a perplexing structure immersed in a thicket of obscure and undefined matter. Toothed mountains loom on the distant horizon, contributing to the enigmatic nature of this landscape. It beckons the viewer to embark on an adventurous journey of exploration, with the choice of path left entirely in their hands. Every road within this landscape twists and turns, devoid of any straight stretches. Such is the essence of life itself, mirroring the twists and turns encountered in the human experience.