Every landscape is impressive when you get to know its geology. After a lot of scouring, shifting and a couple of natural disasters, Limburg is now a habitable piece of earth’s crust. It is cultivated and the landscape produces quartz sand, potatoes, apples and gravel. The landscape continues to move and the product travels to the consumer. Cultivators look after the natural habitat using sheep or create a new one after soil extraction. Dutch artist Wapke Feenstra photographed the moving landscape in six Limburg locations for a year. Visit www.movinglandscape.be for a slide show of the results.