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Wild & Tame is a photographic essay inspired by the philosophies of Lynn Cazabon and the essays of early 1900’s nature writers. The piece consists of six vertical, split-frame landscapes, captured with the intent of displaying, in varying senses, the duality of man and nature. Each image contains elements of natural, wild space and human, built space, seeking to portray the cyclical consumption and reclamation imparted by each force respectively. The images are arranged here in their intended gallery display order, as well as in a composite digital image.