While making selections for her recent monograph, out from Rizzoli this past September, the photographer Tina Barney came upon some long-forgotten landscape images she’d taken around her Rhode Island home in the late 1980s. Barney’s work has always been about place, but has until now favored indoors settings — often the homes of upper-class East Coasters — over natural ones. “I saw them and decided: I’m going to try this again,” she recalls. She soon developed a weekend routine of driving from town to town through New England with her 8x10 large-format camera to scout locations; next month, her new work, along with some earlier landscapes, will be on view at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York.