┐ Kyle Zeto └

© Kyle Zeto, The Residents Keep It All, from the series Folk Logic, 2010

© Kyle Zeto, The Residents Keep It All (2), from the series Folk Logic, 2010

“Human imagination and nature intersect at many junctions throughout cultural history. From William Blake to Bliss Carman and Henry Thoreau, the ephemeral collection of biological systems have provided stimulus to human fantasy. A representation of nature has a vision projected onto it. Anthropomorphism is an allocation of human characteristics to something inhuman or perhaps inanimate. Nature, to us, is both those things.”

Kyle’s blog and his website

Short-listed for Fresh Faced & Wild Eyed

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