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los perros perdidosJanuary 22, 2016
"We are separated from other animals by language, technology, and a fatal arrogance that causes immense pain." - Mart...
"We are separated from other animals by language, technology, and a fatal arrogance
that causes immense pain."
- Martin Usborne
Martin Usborne is in our opinion the photographer who is doing really amazing things with his portraits of dogs. They are not just beautiful pictures; they capture something of the noble spirit and gentle sadness of a neglected dog. His first series, Dogs In Cars, was haunting in its depiction of lonely, isolated dogs in a dark and urban setting.
His latest work is more powerful still - check out the National Geographic article about Usborne's time in Spain, photographing the hunting dogs that are often abandoned or killed after the hare-coursing season ends.