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Thursday, January 10, 2013

Finding Trust by Seattle Photographer Annie Marie Musselman

Posted by on Thu, Jan 10, 2013 at 4:31 PM

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  • Annie Marie Musselman

This is a photograph from artist (and former Stranger photographer) Annie Musselman's book Finding Trust. Someone online once thought it was a taxidermy portrait—which is absolutely incorrect. It's a portrait of a rescued animal Annie encountered at the Sarvey Wildlife Care Center in Arlington, Washington—a coyote that's very much alive.

From Annie's artist statement, about being at Sarvey:

Located in the foothills of the beautiful Cascade Mountain Range, Sarvey is a place where injured, wild creatures come to finish their journey or start a new one. It’s a place where I’ve seen love, trust, and intuition that equals that of a mother and child; a home where a few humans have come together to save the lives of many precious creatures. I believe we must take care of each other in order to survive.

Read an interview with Annie at Photo Center NW, and read much more at WIRED.com and the Daily Mail UK.

There are five more days to help Annie get Finding Trust published. I, for one, haven't donated much on Kickstarter in the past six months—but I believe in this project completely. DONATE HERE.

 

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kitschnsync 1
This is a bit of a tangent, but I highly recommend everyone follow Sarvey Wildlfe Care Center on FB. They have tons of super-cute pics of the animals they rescue, and it's heart-warming to see their success stories.
Posted by kitschnsync on January 10, 2013 at 5:10 PM · Report this
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beautiful!
Posted by downtownkitty on January 10, 2013 at 7:13 PM · Report this

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