Charlotte Dumas
  • Photographer Charlotte Dumas photographed fifteen search dogs that were deployed to search the wreckage of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. Out of nearly 100 dogs, only fifteen remained, living with their handlers across the United States. Now, years later, Dumas photographed them in series of dignified portraits included in her book, "Retrieved," published by The Ice Plant, LA. Pictured, Bretagne, photographed at home in Cypress, Texas.
    Charlotte Dumas
  • Abigail, photographed at home in Ojai, Calif.
    Charlotte Dumas
  • Orion, photographed at home in Vacaville, Calif.
    Charlotte Dumas
  • Bailey, photographed at home in Franklin, Tenn.
    Charlotte Dumas
  • Guinness, photographed at home in Highland, Calif.
    Charlotte Dumas
  • Merlyn, photographed at home in Otis, Colo.
    Charlotte Dumas
  • Moxie, photographed at home in Winthrop, Mass.
    Charlotte Dumas
  • Red, photographed at home in Annapolis, Md. View more of Charlotte Dumas' work at her website, http://www.charlottedumas.nl
    Charlotte Dumas
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