a sense of place

A Sense of Place combines self portraiture with historical images to create a personal context of ancestry and place. 

The photos were taken at a family camp in Ontario, Canada built at the turn of the century. Once a thriving hub of family surrounded by a vast wilderness, the camp is now a diminished refuge encroached upon by a modern world.

A Sense of Place has become a symbol for the changes that occur with the passage of time and generation.

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For information on print editions and pricing, contact Elizabeth Siegfried.

Historical photographs are not for sale.