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  In situ   Nature has the ability to connect us to a broader awareness of ourselves. Plant life/trees predate our own existence - an essential part of the carbon cycle, they follow ancient genetic code for existence and survival, they evolve and adapt - shaped by light, water and the environment. Rooted firmly in earth, they reach for the sky to fulfill their potential - like all living things, they are a product of forces both seen and unseen.

In situ

Nature has the ability to connect us to a broader awareness of ourselves. Plant life/trees predate our own existence - an essential part of the carbon cycle, they follow ancient genetic code for existence and survival, they evolve and adapt - shaped by light, water and the environment. Rooted firmly in earth, they reach for the sky to fulfill their potential - like all living things, they are a product of forces both seen and unseen.

Conductor-0101.jpg
Mound-0016.jpg
Understory-0024.jpg
Bleachers-0260.jpg
White Oak-Loss of Limb-0148.jpg
Goes Without Saying-0033.jpg
Scar-0116.jpg
In Situ 15-0162 (2).jpg
Untitled-0171.jpg
Arboretum-8761.jpg
Death Field-8568.jpg
Conifers at Dusk-.jpg
In situ 13-0017.jpg
Sunrise Highway white column-1000054.jpg

In situ

Nature has the ability to connect us to a broader awareness of ourselves. Plant life/trees predate our own existence - an essential part of the carbon cycle, they follow ancient genetic code for existence and survival, they evolve and adapt - shaped by light, water and the environment. Rooted firmly in earth, they reach for the sky to fulfill their potential - like all living things, they are a product of forces both seen and unseen.

  In situ   Nature has the ability to connect us to a broader awareness of ourselves. Plant life/trees predate our own existence - an essential part of the carbon cycle, they follow ancient genetic code for existence and survival, they evolve and adapt - shaped by light, water and the environment. Rooted firmly in earth, they reach for the sky to fulfill their potential - like all living things, they are a product of forces both seen and unseen.
Conductor-0101.jpg
Mound-0016.jpg
Understory-0024.jpg
Bleachers-0260.jpg
White Oak-Loss of Limb-0148.jpg
Goes Without Saying-0033.jpg
Scar-0116.jpg
In Situ 15-0162 (2).jpg
Untitled-0171.jpg
Arboretum-8761.jpg
Death Field-8568.jpg
Conifers at Dusk-.jpg
In situ 13-0017.jpg
Sunrise Highway white column-1000054.jpg