Photojournalist’s Work Shines a Light on the Suffering and Abuse of Animals Around the World
A photographer is sharing some of her most striking images of animal cruelty from various corners of the world. The heartbreaking photos show the reality of animal slaughter and the conditions animals are left in around the world. Warning: graphic content.
Photojournalist Amy Jones, from Lincolnshire, UK, is one of 30 people whose works are being showcased in a new book called Hidden: Animals in the Anthropocene. The photography book is by Jo-Anne McArthur, with the foreword by Oscar-nominated actor and animal rights activist Joaquin Phoenix.
Of how she ended up in her line of work, Jones recalls one particular incident:
A few years ago, I saw a truck crammed full of sheep on the A46 in Lincoln during a scorching hot day. It was heartbreaking to see these animals…
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