Only So Far is about a longing to return to a state of unification and equanimity with nature. You can try to return to this fantasy of an ancestral past by traveling deep into the wilderness, to the edges of civilization. Once there, though, you realize that you can only go so far, but no further. It feels like that has been the continual story of humanity; that once you leave one paradise, there’s no going back. But the urge to return is always there, and we can only stand and peer into landscapes steeped with the allure of things that are beyond attainment.