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From Kazakhstan to Kentucky: 36 Photos Provide a Glimpse Inside Zoos Around the World

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Kodiak Bear, Lake Superior Zoo, Duluth, Minnesota © Areca Roe

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Copenhagen Zoo, Denmark © Kasper Palsnov

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Tibetan Bear, Chongqing, China © M. Scott Brauer

This group show we asked for photos of zoo animals and your submissions gave us a glimpse into establishments across the globe. Sometimes sad, sometimes slightly humorous but always thought-provoking, we present 36 photos of the zoo, judged by photographer Emma Kisiel.

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Paula McCartney’s Photographic Twist On Bird-Watching

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Birds in the wild are difficult to photograph. So when I saw these photographs by Minneapolis-based Paula McCartney, I was impressed by her closeness to the animals (although just the right distance to have the viewer fooled, at least at first), as well as the inclusion of the environment. “This seems realistic,” I thought, “only slightly better. She must be a really quiet and really still person.”

Dynamic, Abstract Photos of Snow and Ice

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I see winter everywhere, in every environment, in every season, and categorize it by pattern, shape and line rather than merely by substance.—Paula McCartney

A Field Guide to Snow and Ice is Minneapolis based photographer Paula McCartney’s interpretation of winter. She combines images of true snow and ice with forms that mimic these substances; snowfalls, frozen waterfalls, wildflowers, gypsum sand, and snowdrifts. These natural structures become reinterpreted and reimagined, taking on properties both literal and abstract.

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