Grounded in the ideals of a counter-cultural past and freed from the forced constraints of a conventional camp experience, these photographs explore a society of teenagers empowered through otherwise impossible freedoms. Nestled in the mountains of Massachusetts is Rowe Camp, a summer utopia self-governed by teens.
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