Fotografa cattura i padroni con i loro animali morenti in scatti commoventi

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Fotografa cattura i padroni con i loro animali morenti in scatti commoventi

PIC BY KRISTIN ZABAWA/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: MICKEY, A TERMINALLY ILL CAT WITH IT'S OWNER DEEDEE) A photographer has captured owners last moments with their dying pets. The project was started by Kristin Zabawa, 60, a former zoo keeper turned photographer. Kristin will go to the homes of terminally ill pets and complete the shoots as a final memory for the owners. She said: "I walk through the doorway with a completely open mind and heart, and accept the moments that are offered. SEE MERCURY COPY.

Se hai mai amato e perso un animale domestico, queste immagini probabilmente vi faranno piangere come un bambino.

La fotografa Kristin Zabawa è un guardiano dello zoo in pensione che ha portato il suo amore per gli animali nella sua seconda carriera come fotografa, specializzandosi nello scattare fotografie commovente di persone con i loro animali domestici malati terminali.

Kristin si riferisce al suo lavoro come “sessioni di anima”, e ha spiegato il ruolo che svolgono per le persone che le prenotano, dicendo: ‘Molte persone mi dicono che i miei SoulSessions sono più di un servizio fotografico, è un modo per loro di elaborare dolore per la perdita imminente ‘.

E anche se alcune persone potrebbero pensare che l’idea di un servizio fotografico con il vostro animale morente sia macabro, Kristin ha ribattuto: ‘Alcune persone dicono che l’idea di SoulSessions è molto triste. Tuttavia, non sento che sia una critica. La tristezza e l’emozione è un modo di lavorare attraverso il dolore ‘.

Ha continuato: ‘Vi presento questo come un modo per celebrare i legami d’amore’.

Quando è stato chiesto che cosa rende uno scatto perfetto, Kristin ha risposto semplicemente: ‘Un’immagine perfetta è quella che parla al cuore della persona.

Quando qualcuno mi dice che la personalità e l’anima del loro animale splende attraverso le immagini allora so che è perfetto ‘.

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PIC BY KRISTIN ZABAWA/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: 'GOOBER', A TERMINALLY ILL CAT WITH IT'S OWNER)  A photographer has captured owners last moments with their dying pets. The project was started by Kristin Zabawa, 60, a former zoo keeper turned photographer. Kristin will go to the homes of terminally ill pets and complete the shoots as a final memory for the owners. She said: "I walk through the doorway with a completely open mind and heart, and accept the moments that are offered.  SEE MERCURY COPY.
PIC BY KRISTIN ZABAWA/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: MICKEY, A TERMINALLY ILL CAT WITH IT'S OWNER DEEDEE)  A photographer has captured owners last moments with their dying pets. The project was started by Kristin Zabawa, 60, a former zoo keeper turned photographer. Kristin will go to the homes of terminally ill pets and complete the shoots as a final memory for the owners. She said: "I walk through the doorway with a completely open mind and heart, and accept the moments that are offered.  SEE MERCURY COPY.
PIC BY KRISTIN ZABAWA/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: MARIE, A DYING POODLE WITH HER OWNER JAN)  A photographer has captured owners last moments with their dying pets. The project was started by Kristin Zabawa, 60, a former zoo keeper turned photographer. Kristin will go to the homes of terminally ill pets and complete the shoots as a final memory for the owners. She said: "I walk through the doorway with a completely open mind and heart, and accept the moments that are offered.  SEE MERCURY COPY.
PIC BY KRISTIN ZABAWA/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: SHAWN, A TERMINALLY ILL DOG WITH HIS OWNER LULU)  A photographer has captured owners last moments with their dying pets. The project was started by Kristin Zabawa, 60, a former zoo keeper turned photographer. Kristin will go to the homes of terminally ill pets and complete the shoots as a final memory for the owners. She said: "I walk through the doorway with a completely open mind and heart, and accept the moments that are offered.  SEE MERCURY COPY.
PIC BY KRISTIN ZABAWA/MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: JOSIE, A TERMINALLY ILL DOG WITH HER OWNER)  A photographer has captured owners last moments with their dying pets. The project was started by Kristin Zabawa, 60, a former zoo keeper turned photographer. Kristin will go to the homes of terminally ill pets and complete the shoots as a final memory for the owners. She said: "I walk through the doorway with a completely open mind and heart, and accept the moments that are offered.  SEE MERCURY COPY.

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