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Capturing the Complex Relationship Between Humans & Nature


Photographer Tom Chambers was raised in the Amish farm country of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Tom’s Entropic Kingdom is influenced by Andrew Wyeth's rural landscapes and conceptually portrays the complicated relationships between human and nature. Tom says, “The animal kingdom and mankind engage in an ongoing dance of co-existence which results in a predictable tension. This tension has escalated with man's increasing disregard for the fragility of the environment and abdication of his responsibility to care for the earth.”


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Check out more of Tom's work on his website or follow him on Facebook

Written by Rowynn Dumont

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