Camille Seamanʼs photographs exude the raw power of the natural world: icebergs rise up from the sea, rough-hewn and gigantic; storm clouds thunder across golden farmlands in middle America. Yet, whether sheʼs photographing environmental wonders or indigenous cultures around the world, an underlying theme of connection pervades her work.
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