The meanings associated with the word “home” are as varied as dwellings themselves. For some, home is a place to put down roots, a place of safety and comfort; for others, it is simply a place to hang their hat. A home can extend beyond structural walls to include yards, streets, and the culture of a whole town. Everyone, for better or for worse, has a place they think of as home, a place where personal histories are shaped and life is lived. For “At Home,” Don’t Take Pictures presents photographs that explore the wide array of environments that people call home.