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Photographic genres can be re-arranged in surprising ways , and in its evocation of the natural world, this effort could be understood as an extension of landscape photography . By cutting and joining her own photograms, Pinto rejects the dictate that photographs are inherently rectilinear, like fellow photographer Chloe Sales and Brea Souder. This image—from the series entitled "Home and Garden"— becomes a bonsai-like entity that suggests a botanist's grafting and a modernist version of Karl Blossfeldt.