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It's called Human Animal and it's the project of the Belgian photographer Vincent Legrange, whose shots seem to dig into the depths of dogs, cats, birds and reptiles.

The refined studio portraits seem to capture nuances of human emotions where many see creatures driven only by instinct, returning a sense of peace, fun and in some cases even emotion.

But those that we perceive as human expressions and poses are obviously the result of a long and patient work that takes place behind the scenes, where the Legrange objective follows the moment when the dog's gaze, the chameleon's inscrutability or the cat's grimace gives us the illusion of a moment of inner reflection.

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The refined studio portraits seem to capture nuances of human emotions where many see creatures driven only by instinct, returning a sense of peace, fun and in some cases even emotion.
But those that we perceive as human expressions and poses are obviously the result of a long and patient work that takes place behind the scenes, where the Legrange objective follows the moment when the dog's gaze, the chameleon's inscrutability or the cat's grimace gives us the illusion of a moment of inner reflection.