Still Newfoundland is a series of 9 two-dimensional collages. I collected wild flora and foliage while hiking in Newfoundland and supplemented that material with bought flowers. I scanned the plants by putting them directly on a home office scanner, thereby digitized them at very high resolutions (1,600 pixels per inch). The shallow depth of field of the scanner renders the parts of the plants that are touching the glass in extreme detail but the imagery sharpness falls off quickly. By placing the foliage on a flat-bed scanner I can play with perspective. The resulting images have an unusual orientation that I could not obtain by taking a photograph of them. I then collage the digitized images together to create the compositions.