Usually when it comes up, OP is a troll. Clearly not the case here.
Cliveh, is it this particular image? Or the body of work that escapes your grasp?
In general, whereas HCB captures the essence of a place in a moment in time, AA captures the essence of a place without time.
When you attempt to capture a place, I think it helps to use a tripod and LF... Because then a print can bring a dimension of illusory reality. The closer you look, the more you see. It satisfies the eagle-eye.
Bill, please don't take my OP out of context, as I have no problem with the MO of landscape work, or AA in general. It is just this picture and one or two others that I have a problem with. But as has been said it is probably because I haven't seen the original.