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Dutch photographer Charlotte Dumas has spent her career searching for soulfulness in animals, photogarphing police dogs and strays, zoo tigers and horses, and finding in them a kind of self-possession more often seen in human portraits. Dumas photographed the [horses] in their stalls at night by availible light, and the soft grainy images show the solitary hours where these massive creates feel vunerable. Like the late photojournalist Tim Hetherington's portraits of sleeping Marines, Dumas's images depict the powerful at rest. (Rebecca Robertson ARTnews 2013-04-01)
Completely brilliant portraits of aging heroes. It is a powerful tribute to amazing service by our canine companions.Published 1 month ago by sarah
BOUGHT IT FOR MYSELF & FRIENDS. MAKES ME CRY EVERY TIME I READ IT.Published 8 months ago by NOELLE WOLF
My husband loves this book. if you are a true dog lover you will also.Published 9 months ago by Elizabeth Ritz
I got this book for my dad who use to train search dogs. His dog pasted awaya couple years ago but he completely understood the dedication these dogs went through.Published 9 months ago by Laci Thralls
What a waste of money! I love rescue and recovery dogs and was expecting information about the dogs and there were only a few sentences. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Donna LaMaster