In a series of black-and-white photographs, Philadelphia photographer Keith Sharp portrays himself as one with nature as he transforms into a creature that is partially human and partially nature. His photographs fantasize about the various forms this might entail - like wearing a shirt of forsythia, pants of ivy, or legs clad with tree bark. Others feature human legs standing in as tree trunks and arms posed as branches. Sharp's reverence for nature is apparent as witnessed by his imaginative attempts to blend in and experience it first hand. The resulting photographs are often humorous yet there is an underlying passion to Sharp's continual quest to become this sublime creature of nature.