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Posted July 8, 2007
John Drysdale's photographic art makes us see the world anew. The interactions captured between animals and animals, such as the llama and the dog in Ear Nibble, and between animals and humans, such as There, There, are authentically artistic and creative. Modern artists too often want to shock or politically manipulate the viewer. Drysdale is an artist with a camera and an intelligent aim. I enjoyed the photographs for their beauty, and I used them to inspire my writing students. The photographs became the starting points for interesting stories that my reluctant writers were eager to work on.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.