Dogs Keeping The Natural Rhythm Of Life On The Streets Of Chile

 

Photographer Erika Morillo is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay.  From her project ‘Amor Quiltro‘.  To see Erika’s projects click on any image.

 

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I like to get lost in their love exchange. The city corners are filled with testaments of their affection: Bowls of fresh water in front of buildings, constellations of dry food decorating the sidewalks, a furry tail peeking out of someone’s blanket at night in the city parks. People walk the streets in hurry, but every couple of blocks a dog appears, sleeping placidly with its tiny paws quivering as it dreams, reminding them of the natural rhythm of things. While the utopia arrives, they continue to share the Chilean streets, comforting each other and making the public space a lot more hospitable.

 

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These photos were taken in different cities across Chile.

 

See also:

All Of Them

Book By Erika Morillo

 


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