Meet Bali Pip, the lively pup rescued from the streets of Bali suffering from mange; blind but loyal Shazza; Raul, who takes his partial paralysis in his step; and many more in a brand-new book by award-winning animal photographer Alex Cearns. Based on an original photo sequence launched on Bored Panda, these descriptions of perfectly imperfect pups will uplift and induce, spotting a special lieu in your middle with their ability to overcome physical adversity. Cearns artfully captures their intrinsic beautiful and flavor; their sweetness, resilience and strength.
“One of my most enthusiastic objects as an animal photographer is to capture the cute subtleties that make all beasts precious and unique. I desire every animal I have the privilege of photographing, but those perceived as different support a special plaza in my nature. These are the canines who have lost a leg, been born without eyes, or are still presenting the scars of former misuse, ” reads Cearns. “Most swine with’ afflictions’ don’t dwell on them. They adapt to their bodies without objection and they survive with resolve. They push on, ever, wanting to be included and involved in everything as much as they can, and as much as an able-bodied pet does.”
“The tenacity of animals to overcome adversity never ceases to amaze me. They attain “the worlds largest” out of life and from them I have learnt so much better about always considering the positive in all situations and never giving up.”
‘Perfect Imperfection – Dog likeness of Resilience’ and love is available from 19 th March 2018 and is a work for everyone who loves bird-dogs; devotees of the Japanese conception of wabi-sabi, or of viewing the glamour in flaw; and anyone who needs a punch of brainchild. Part proceeds from every marketing is likely to be donated to the Australian Animal Cancer Foundation to help them work towards noting a dry for canine cancer.