For her latest series, 'Close to Home/Autumn,' photographer Andie Wilkinson captures her children, her animals and the changing of the seasons on the farm land surrounding her home in Tarn-et-Garonne, France.
The innocence of her subjects comes through in every photo; it is almost as though they exist in a realm entirely independent of our own adult world. A world filled with imagination, whimsy and dreams that know no limits or end.
Still, there is an inescapable sense of loss throughout the series, as the summer gives way to fall and several of the animals meet their end. The threat of winter is looming behind every premature sunset, giving the series a potent sense of foreboding.
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