Award-winning animal photographer, Alex Cearns, releases her latest book of dog photographs, Perfect Imperfection, today.
The cover of ‘Perfect Imperfection’, the latest book of animal photographs by Alex Cearns. ( © Alex Cearns.)
The book is for anyone who loves dogs ““ and anyone who needs a hit of inspiration. It celebrates dogs that have adapted ‘to their unique bodies without complaint’. Alex says, “they survive with determination and they live with joy. They push on, always wanting to be included in everything just as an able-bodied pet does.”
Among the 60 portraits of ‘perfectly imperfect’ dogs, readers can meet Bali Pip, the playful pup rescued from the streets of Bali suffering from mange; blind but loyal Shazza; Raul, who takes his partial paralysis ‘in his stride’ and many more.
Perfect Imperfection is published by ABC Books.
Find out more on Alex’s website.