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Arts & Entertainment - November 21, 2008

Documenting nature and time

Photographer Lukas Felzmann captures the ghostlike qualities of the Sacramento Valley

by Johanna Toivio

While most see the Sacramento Valley as a flat and uninteresting place — miles and miles of open landscape, scattered trees and lots of sky — photographer Lukas Felzmann was inspired by the barren and largely unpopulated landscape.

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Editorial Intern Johanna Toivio can be e-mailed at jtoivio@paweekly.com.

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