Deconstructing the American South-West We apply again the modulation of color temperature and exposure, a technique that we have called photosequencing for reasons that are explained in the Collateral Material section. Instead of playing with the viewer's "first impression" as we did in the Atonal Portraits project, we wanted to convey here our personal experience from the many visits to the areas around the Four Corners. Our goal was to share with the viewer the profound sense of disorientation that we always felt when visiting the great natural monuments in Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah. A representation through classical landscape photography could not come nowhere near what we experienced; we believe that the modulation of color temperature and exposure, with the structural decomposition of the image that follows, helped us convey our feelings of suspension of time and awe, but also of "tranquil unease." Describing the latter pictorially has been the most exciting challenge in this project. The on-line magazine Camera Obscura has published an article that we have written on this project. The photographs have various sizes, going from 48cm x 33cm to 60cm x 250cm. Different papers, printing technologies, and presentations have been used. The project has received an honorable mention at the 2014 International Photography Awards in the "Deeper Perspective" category, where both the pictures and the quality of the text accompanying them were considered.