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Getting Back
To Nature

“Capernaum Gate” by Dorothea Rockburne, on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

Photographer Dell Cullum recently published his debut book, “Eden of East Hampton,” documenting local nature and history. JAIME ZAHL

Journaling Finds Meaning In Mundane

Emma Ballou flips through her journal at the Rogers Mansion in Southampton. TOM KOCHIE

A mute swan in the pond on the East Hampton Village Nature Trail.

A doe and its fawn pose for a photo on the East Hampton Village
Nature Trail. Below, wood ducks in the pond. DELL CULLUM photos

Getting Back
To Nature

“Capernaum Gate” by Dorothea Rockburne, on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

Photographer Dell Cullum recently published his debut book, “Eden of East Hampton,” documenting local nature and history. JAIME ZAHL

Journaling Finds Meaning In Mundane

Emma Ballou flips through her journal at the Rogers Mansion in Southampton. TOM KOCHIE

A mute swan in the pond on the East Hampton Village Nature Trail.

A doe and its fawn pose for a photo on the East Hampton Village
Nature Trail. Below, wood ducks in the pond. DELL CULLUM photos

Getting Back
To Nature

“Capernaum Gate” by Dorothea Rockburne, on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

Photographer Dell Cullum recently published his debut book, “Eden of East Hampton,” documenting local nature and history. JAIME ZAHL

Journaling Finds Meaning In Mundane

Emma Ballou flips through her journal at the Rogers Mansion in Southampton. TOM KOCHIE

A mute swan in the pond on the East Hampton Village Nature Trail.

A doe and its fawn pose for a photo on the East Hampton Village
Nature Trail. Below, wood ducks in the pond. DELL CULLUM photos

Rockburne, Brooks Rise To Top
In ‘Connections And Context’

Dell Cullum explores then and now in ‘Eden of East Hampton’

Getting Back
To Nature

“Capernaum Gate” by Dorothea Rockburne, on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

Photographer Dell Cullum recently published his debut book, “Eden of East Hampton,” documenting local nature and history. JAIME ZAHL

Journaling Finds Meaning In Mundane

Emma Ballou flips through her journal at the Rogers Mansion in Southampton. TOM KOCHIE

A mute swan in the pond on the East Hampton Village Nature Trail.

A doe and its fawn pose for a photo on the East Hampton Village
Nature Trail. Below, wood ducks in the pond. DELL CULLUM photos

Rockburne, Brooks Rise To Top
In ‘Connections And Context’

Dell Cullum explores then and now in ‘Eden of East Hampton’

Getting Back
To Nature

“Capernaum Gate” by Dorothea Rockburne, on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

Photographer Dell Cullum recently published his debut book, “Eden of East Hampton,” documenting local nature and history. JAIME ZAHL

Journaling Finds Meaning In Mundane

Emma Ballou flips through her journal at the Rogers Mansion in Southampton. TOM KOCHIE

A mute swan in the pond on the East Hampton Village Nature Trail.

A doe and its fawn pose for a photo on the East Hampton Village
Nature Trail. Below, wood ducks in the pond. DELL CULLUM photos

Getting Back
To Nature

“Capernaum Gate” by Dorothea Rockburne, on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

Photographer Dell Cullum recently published his debut book, “Eden of East Hampton,” documenting local nature and history. JAIME ZAHL

Journaling Finds Meaning In Mundane

Emma Ballou flips through her journal at the Rogers Mansion in Southampton. TOM KOCHIE

A mute swan in the pond on the East Hampton Village Nature Trail.

A doe and its fawn pose for a photo on the East Hampton Village
Nature Trail. Below, wood ducks in the pond. DELL CULLUM photos

Getting Back
To Nature

“Capernaum Gate” by Dorothea Rockburne, on view at the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill.

Photographer Dell Cullum recently published his debut book, “Eden of East Hampton,” documenting local nature and history. JAIME ZAHL

Journaling Finds Meaning In Mundane

Emma Ballou flips through her journal at the Rogers Mansion in Southampton. TOM KOCHIE

A mute swan in the pond on the East Hampton Village Nature Trail.

A doe and its fawn pose for a photo on the East Hampton Village
Nature Trail. Below, wood ducks in the pond. DELL CULLUM photos

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