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Geese by Auckland-based photographer Cally Whitham

“‘Geese’ is part of my continuing exploration into finding ‘value’ where none appears apparent, particularly with birds and animals that came to my country when colonization occurred in the mid to late 1800’s. Our rural beginnings were heavily reliant on domestic birds and farm animals for survival. While agriculture is still a very big earner in my country (and many other countries in the west) the animals as individuals have lost the value and importance they once had to us in our every day lives, as we have divorced ourselves from the land and the things we eat.”

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