Gradients of Wilderness
The idea of wilderness takes on many meanings in different cultures, climates, and contexts. Several gradients of European Wilderness include human disturbed landscapes as opposed to the American idea of a "Pristine" Wilderness. This allows for a greater variety of environments to be valued for their wild nature and fused with an anthropological history of place.

Photographs taken in Germany and France as part a 2017 Geraldine Knight Scott Travel Fellowship offered by the University of California - Berkeley Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning.
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