Sunday, February 14, 2010

A mile behind his house in Cadillac, Michigan, Craig Lamphere constructed this hunting shack overlooking a swampy paradise hosting a variety of Michigan wildlife from deer, bear, and coyote, to squirrel, porcupine, and skunk. He prefers to hunt alone, because he feels more in touch with nature when he isn't surrounded by the modern inconveniences of everyday life and social custom. The solitude of the shack allows him to tap into the primordial relationship between man and nature.

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