This series of images was an experiment that mixes two images of the same place using subtle feedback techniques. The parameters of the fed back mix are determined by weather conditions read at the moment the images were captured. One image is a painting and the other is a photograph. This was inspired by Cezanne and how he approached painting by trying to capture an image exactly how it is seen with the eye, and not the ideal of how it should be captured by the mind or a camera. Although I am not much of a painter, I was interested by these concepts of perceptions and ventured to include environmental conditions to distort the visual experience. To create the triptych data from temperature, pressure and humidity were assigned to varying paramters.