Sherry's subjects include some of the most recognizable features in the American landscape, namely California's Yosemite Valley, which was, of course, one of Adams' most famous subjects. Given the work of photographers in Group f/64, it may be that there's no longer any meaning to go out and photograph the same subjects using the same black and white process. (One interesting exception to this would be Mark Klett, who re-photographed 19th-century landscape photographs, but that's a little different given that those originals were produced as documents rather than artworks.) By applying strange hues to these familiar landscapes, we can see them in a new light, as it were. Still, precisely many of these landscapes are so well known to us, we don't have to process them too carefully, and can instead enjoy the work for its unexpected colors.