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"Intimate, sensual, and complex, the new work …looks into the enticements that gardens hold--that in cultivating nature, we might desist from conquering it; and in ordering it, we might grasp its true wildness, even make its creativity our own. (the) photographs are at once precise descriptions, luminous observations, and sharp acts of contemplation. To really see a garden, Leivick suggests, is to find a more remarkable garden within--a garden always on the verge of its own conception, continuously in full bloom, and already remembered."--Jason Francisco