The challenges of the global animal charity, the Brooke, through the lens of talented photographer, Richard Dunwoody MBE 

6. Jan - 2. Feb 14 / ended The Crypt Gallery


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Exhibition | Photography | London

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Blind Faith - a Guatemalan boy with his blind pony

Blind Faith - a Guatemalan boy with his blind pony

The Brooke has been teaching respect, compassion and care for working horses, donkeys and mules since 1934 when Dorothy Brooke first rescued the forgotten war horses in Egypt.

2014 is the 80th anniversary year for this extraordinary international animal welfare charity. To celebrate the occasion, Richard Dunwoody has married two passions – photography and horses – to capture the diverse challenges facing these hard working animals, which are the engines of the developing world.

Come and share Richard Dunwoody’s personal experiences of the Brooke at work, feel the emotions he has captured through the lens, and be uplifted and moved by the stories behind the images.

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