Contact, 1984 — Gabriele Basílico (1944-2013)
After being stolen from his family Hershey was recovered by the police and handed over to Animal Control. Upon attempting to collect Hershey from Animal Control the family was told that Hershey fell under the classification of an illegal breed, and as a result would be scheduled for immediate euthanization.
Hershey has been unconditionally loved and cared for by his family, they have taken him to obedience school, properly trained him, and have given him nothing but love. Hershey has no record of being a violent dog, and has no record of problems.
We desperately urge the Hon. Sylvan Richards, and directing members of the Bermuda Animal Control to reconsider this decision, and repeal the law regarding Pit Bull ownership in Bermuda.
PLEASE SIGN THIS. Pitties are some of the sweetest, gentlest dogs when properly trained, and banning a dog breed because of a (false!) perceived trait is unbelievably stupid and wrongheaded. This pup does not deserve to be killed because of a stupid decision made by prejudiced people.
MY COUNTRY IS BEING SILLY PLEASE SIGN THIS YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE FROM BERMUDA.
I want to befriend animals too >.<
The Mods of London photographed by Carlotta Cardana
The ‘Mod Scene‘ is a subculture that originated in London in the late 1950s and peaked in the early to mid 1960s. The scene is still thriving these days and caught the attention of London-based photographer Carlotta Cardana. Mod Couples started as an exploration of the Mod scene as a whole and as Cardana advanced, she noticed that the pictures that were more powerful and interesting were those of couples, so she decided to focus exclusively on them. She became utterly fascinated at how the construction of identity is not only negotiated with the accepted norms of the subculture and society at large, but with one’s partner as well.