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Help Publish ‘Finding Trust’: Beautiful and Moving Photos From a Wildlife Rehabilition Center

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“Coming to Sarvey felt like coming home. The work that I produced there documents the delicate union that exists between humans and animals. These pictures were made with the intention to show the world an upclose view into the faces and souls of these wild animals. To look into their eyes as if looking into our own.”—Annie Marie Musselman

What would you do if you found an injured pigeon on the sidewalk? Would you photograph it? Would you look away and pretend you didn’t see it? Or would you call someone that might be able to save its life?

Annie Marie Musselman did the latter and that phone call resulted in her magical, award-winning series, Finding Trust.

Win a copy of the collect.give photo book

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We are giving away two copies of the new collect.give photography book. Conceived by photographer Kevin Miyazaki in 2009, collect.give is a place to collect contemporary photography and donate to worthy causes at the same time. The photographers featured on collect.give have pledged to donate 100% of the profits from their print sales to worthwhile causes they support. So far they have raised nearly $30,000 by selling over 600 limited edition photographs by 50 photographers. This book is a collection of the first 50 photographs and is for sale through MagCloud ($22) with all the after production cost proceeds ($2.05) going to benefit The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, a charity selected by the designer of the book, Heidi Romano.

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Touching Photographs of Animals at a Wildlife Rehabilitation Sanctuary

Annie Marie Musselman

Annie Marie Musselman lives in Seattle and works as a documentary portrait photographer. She received first place in the 2006 Environmental Photography Invitational, and was also featured in the American Photography 22 Book Juried by Kathy Ryan. Her inspirations include Andrew Wyeth, Nan Goldin, Louis Faurer, Eggleston and the voice of Sam Beam. Annie’s work has appeared in publications including National Geographic Traveler, The New York Times, PDN, Time Magazine, People Magazine, Men’s Journal and ELLE.