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Call of the Wild
In the early 20th century photographer Paul Thulin's great-grandfather settled on the coast of Maine, because it looked like his fatherland, Sweden. That was also the reason why his family would return there, to Gray's Point, in the extreme northeast of the United States, every summer for a century. The detailed stories of his great-grandfather and other family members, which arose and were told and retold there, form the essence of his family's identity, says Thulin. In his photos of this place he offers us a poetic vision of land, family, and time.