… she is also handicapped and has no front legs. Not that it matters – as she seems to be happy and get around as any of her four-legged friends, and with a face like that she’s loved just the same. This series is the third I’ve posted on Carli Davidson’s work.
It’s truly evident, I’m truly a fan of this girl’s work. It seems that she has a knack for getting the viewer to connect with her subjects, which is really impressive. With the advances in technology, anyone now can take a crisp or clean picture with the improvements in cameras. But, there’s something about her shots that I love – how real her subjects are, how much personality she captures. With Carli’s work “imperfect” can evoke as much emotion and connection as those familiar cliché shots of cute, fuzzy animals. This is why I think her work is astounding and deserved another post.
I am not only loving how sweet this dog is, but her name is also just so fitting. I still feel that if Carli was to do these shots to help get animals rescued, we’d have a lot more pets in homes today.
I briefly featured Ramen Noodle in the last post, which featured Carli’s “Handicapped Series.” The first of these three posts was the “Shake Series” – where she captured animals in the act of shaking – also worth checking out…