“The Land of the Gods” deals with the relationship between a man and his native land of Tuscany. It looks into the close rapport that man can nurture with a place, the living cord that binds us to a certain point. Here this man relates the emotional resonance for his attachment, this link woven through the ages, solid yet delicate.
This land that gave birth to him continued to sculpt him, to transform him until he has shed his old skin, and one no longer knows if it is this man who has created this land, or the lands has fashioned the man. Intimately connected, a mutual alchemy performed by each on the other, they are now as one.