What have you found?
What have you discovered? Have you collected anything? Did you take it home? What have you learned? What have you seen? What do you find beautiful? What is worth stopping for? Did you touch it? What was your path? What is it made of? Was it somewhere else? Did you experiment? Where have you wandered? Where have you gone? What did you identify? What is unknown?
Within this line of questioning your exploration has become the the examination. Temporarily everything is in flux until a final balance is set in place. And there is no particular order of operations adding variability and fortuitous outcomes. Playful action of moving, touching, and observing allows for analysis, detection, and discovery. The process becomes the content and the content informs the process. Experimentation with the steps in the process leads to control and loss of control. The environment transforms into the object and the object collects to build up the environment. The small became the large and the massive became the miniscule. The invisible becomes visible with a slight shift in perspective or movement. Patterns grow into forms that ripen into layers from the ground to the sky. There is no beginning or ending just the between.
So what have you found?