A gelatin silver print of Jody Forster’s photograph “Thunderstorm, Havasu Canyon, Arizona,” will be on display at Etherton Gallery as part of its “Sightlines” show starting Saturday, March 12.

Landscape photography can take many forms.

And Etherton Gallery’s latest show, “Sightlines,” impressively displays a few of them.

The show features the work of Jody Forster, whose images of the Southwest capture its vastness and beauty; Dick Arentz, an authority on platinum printing who is now experimenting with digital photography and discovering he can get the same sharpness and tones (his photos of Scotland in the show bear him out); and Daniel Leivick, who uses Google maps to create his images. What he does is combine or superimpose images from Google maps.

Sound strange? Maybe, but it’s hard to deny how compelling the photos are.

The show opens with an artists’ reception is slated for 7-10 p.m. Saturday, March 12, at Etherton, 135 S. 6th Ave. The show continues through June 4. 624-7370 or ethertongallery.com