Photographer Chris Keeney usually calls the shots for his images, but for his PetCam project, he took the unusual route of relegating the work of documenting everyday life according to 20 four-legged animals instead.
These include a Galloway cow from the Swiss Alps, a pair of miniature pot belly pig siblings from San Diego, and a tabby cat living in the Ore Mountains of Germany. For the series, he hung lightweight cameras on the animals’ collars and cowbells, with a shutter that went off at specified intervals of time ranging from split-seconds to many seconds.
One thing is for sure: looking at the world from the animals’ point of view, the world is really quite beautiful.
(via Feature Shoot)
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