The variety and beauty of the natural world has occupied artists since man discovered he could paint in caves (or most likely, draw in the dirt). Capturing nature in photographs is both limited and enhanced by available technology. Telephoto lenses can compress distance, and wide-angle lenses can include more information in a frame than a human eye can focus on, but the limited sensitivity of film and the inability to reproduce colors as the eye perceives can disappoint. Still, most problems can be overcome, and the variety of ways an individual object in nature can be photographed are almost infinite.

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