MUTABILITY: Although in appearance they resemble photographs, strictly speaking they are not. Produced camera-less by scanning, garden and kitchen detritus were collected, observed and arranged on a flatbed scanner. There are no lens choices, only limited depth of field and exposure options and an optimum A4 optical field in which to work. The type of picture produced in this manner has become termed, scanography. Interestingly it becomes a gazing of two orders. Working in reverse to arrange the objects on the scanner, one works from behind the picture first, only after the scan can the picture be seen from the front. This work unified the pleasures of gazing, description and reflection upon the thematic of still life.