The Romantic discourse is this essay is an all encompassing term that includes dates from early 1800s painting, digital imagery, and tourist locations. In the act of beautification, one inherently denies the adverse consequences that are not illustrated visually for the viewer. Through in-depth contextualization and representation of the landscapes depicted in the Fieldwork, begins an unearthing of Blindspots embedded within the Romantic discourse. The Romantic exhibits limitations in visualizing, representing, and contextualizing non-conceptual content. The missing representation and contextualization of form, content and subject manifests the Blindspot and the tension to be taken note of. The rhizomatic mode of thinking that offers an instrumental methodology to navigate the multiplicities of meanings the non-conceptual content can bring forth. Form (photography as object), content (electric generation stations), and the various subjects ranging from artistic, environmental, and cultural content are the interdisciplinary subjects. All of these components interlace different connections and outlets of information. The goal for combining these two modes of thinking is to manifest a self-conscious Responsible Romantic Discourse. Tensions – A Blindspot in the Romantic manifests self-conscious and non-conceptual content by examining contextualization and representation in words. Romantic form, content, and subject placed within these methods of thinking demonstrates the missing discourse in the Romantic.