Esther May Campbell

I saw these images in Dark Mountain Issue 21 and was enraptured by them. They were taken as part of the Kitchen Table Photo Club started by Esther May Campbell in 2018. Each uses camera traps to mess with human-animal interruptions and connections. Love.

Deer rumpus Deer rumpus

Badgered Badgered

Bathing Buzzard Bathing Buzzard

Teeth and Fox Teeth and Fox

Note: these are low-resolution screen-grabs from scans of my hard copy of Dark Mountain V21. I did not obtain permission to share the images.

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