The boisterous banter of boys has filled a lush arborescent bowl of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Zirconia, North Carolina for the past 54 years. Falling Creek follows an American tradition of camp and leads a group of 300 plus through a boyhood journey that often transpires across multiple summers throughout its 890 acre plot enriched with two spring-fed lakes, 15 miles of trails, and private access to the Green River. The boys are inculcated into a lore and a code that defines their sense of masculinity and brotherhood. 

Photographed as camp photographer.

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