It was by an artist called Chris Drury who I confess I had not heard of at the time, but there was an fascinating image on the cover and many more inside.
Chris Drury is an artist using found objects to make art both gallery based but also out in the landscape and it was these pictures that intrigued me.
One thing that I found interesting was the transitory nature of this ďartĒ. We tend to think of the land as a permanent thing but here were pictures of landscape artworks destined to fall, fail, and fade away.
I had not long returned from Northern Norway and while I was there I had noticed stones stacked into little towers in many places in much the way that walkers make cairns upon the hills.