This month's Picture Show features the photography of Meg Kassabaum. Meg is a PhD student in Anthropology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Originally from a family of artists in St. Louis, Missouri, her passion for photography developed while traveling and working on archaeological digs throughout the American South. The small southern towns that have served as home for various summers and semesters provided locations for exploring the intersection of nature and culture, revealing places so long established that the human constructions blend seamlessly into the landscape. In her photography, she strives to shift away from concentrating on the structures human impose upon natural places, and rather focus on the moment when nature starts to take these places back.