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Maddie the Coonhound Balancing on Things Across America

Atlanta-based photographer Theron Humphrey is currently on a year-long trip through each of America’s 50 states, and is using a unique photo project idea to document it: he has his coonhound named Maddie — his travelling companion — balance on various things in the different places they visit. The photoblog has the tagline “a super serious project about dogs and physics”, and features Maddie standing on everything from mailboxes to shopping carts.

Humphrey is also doing a more serious photo project as well: This Wild Idea features portraits and stories of the various people encountered throughout the trip.

Maddie the Coonhound (via Photojojo)


Image credits: Photographs by Theron Humphrey and used with permission


 
 
  • Anonymous

    Awesome dog, awesome project. His serious project is bad-a too. I’ll have to listen to a few later on when I have some sound with my internet browsing abilities. Nice post Michael.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tom.zehner Tom Zehner

    She should balance on someone planking

  • http://twitter.com/zak Zak Henry

    “Land of many uses”. Really?

  • Kitkat

    Lo and behold, yet another American master…

  • http://flavors.me/noahpurdy noahpurdy

    I really wish Theron’s main project got all the buzz that the fun photos of his dog do; check it out http://www.thiswildidea.com.

  • mythbuster

    Only one project more stupid than this and was that Japanese woman taking a bath in strange places (in this web some time ago). It seems the Circus of Photographers has come to town…

  • Ytf
  • Thefinalsound

    Love this dog! Here’s a video with her in the background, so compliant:

    http://vimeo.com/36663561

  • http://twitter.com/lucianbernard luciano bernardes

    Ray-o-vac 1973
    William Wegman http://www.moma.org/collection/browse_results.php?criteria=O%3AAD%3AE%3A6281&page_number=28&template_id=1&sort_order=1

  • Florida coondog lover

    Neat dog and in spite of the like or dislike below am glad to see a Redtick get some exposure.