Photographer Lucas Foglia (Lucas Foglia) grew up in a small family farm in Long Island. Perhaps this influenced his interest in natural communities. C 2006 to 2010 Lucas traveled to the southeastern U.S., photographing the people of the community who, for various reasons decided to leave the city and give up the benefits of civilization. He named his series of photos "Back to Nature" (Re-Wilding). Guided by the religious beliefs or ecological principles, they build houses out of scrap materials, and get food by hunting and gathering.
Nevertheless, these hermits can not completely isolated from society, many of them have even websites that they update via laptops and cell phones, charged by solar panels and car batteries. We invite you to see these wonderful pictures and for a moment to plunge into the world of primitive life.
Jasmine, Hannah and Cecelia swimming, Tennessee.
Adobe house Natalie Vayldruts Homestead, North Carolina.
Will, after it left the commune Cane Creek, Tennessee.
David, in his tepee, Kevinz Land, Virginia.
Felling forests, county, Russell Creek, Tennessee.
Rita learns to shoot Cora, Tennessee.
Ragout of possum with acorns, Vayldruts Homestead, North Carolina.
Car dump, Tennessee.
Jasmine, Hannah and Vicky collect flowers Impatiens (herb), Tennessee.
Watermelon melon field, county Twin Oaks, Virginia.
Valerie and shadow, Tennessee.
Desk, Sassafras county, Tennessee.
Bear, poisoned by neighbors, Kevinz Land, Virginia.
Washbasin, Vayldruts Homestead, North Carolina.
Moon with a deer rib, Kevinz Land, Virginia.
James aims, North Carolina.
Venison canning, Tennessee.
Family portrait with a photo from the wedding of Christina, Tennessee.
Bulletin for home schooling, Tennessee