Dec 18, 2012-- ""Erasing the awe-inspiring variety of sentient life impoverishes all our lives," historian Joanna Bourke wrote in her poignant meditation on what it means to be human. And yet our relationship with animals and our understanding of their inner lives remain inadequate at best. In 2010, photographer Tim Flach gave us his extraordinary dog portraits. This year, he's back with More Than Human -- a collection of striking, expressive portraits of our non-human fellow beings, captured with equal parts tenderness and aesthetic elegance." Maria Popova shares a collection of these portraits here. (45349 reads)
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What do we live for if not to make life less difficult for each other?
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