After Schorr relocated to Denmark from the United States, she was suffering from both parental exhaustion and cultural disorientation. At the same time, she became highly attuned to the way her three children interpreted their surroundings. Massive trees, castles ruins, and forest paths are the background to these years. This was not the landscape of Schorr's childhood, but the plants and landscapes evoked memories of the Scandinavian fairytales that Schorr's grandmother, a teacher inspired by the Danish folk schools, had shared. Reading recipes for elderflower juice and sampling rhubarb and sugar peas from gardens blurred her sense of past and present. These images, made over seven years, consider flashes of children’s agelessness and Schorr's experience of being gradually outnumbered by her children and the Danes.