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Old 18-10-2010, 14:55   #1
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Prague woods are simply fascinating, and our wolfdogs find their true essence amongst its warm damp colours.
This is Barushka/Jasna in Sarka Forest, just behind my house

http://www.flickr.com/photos/oliver_...th/5092707543/

































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Old 18-10-2010, 16:23   #2
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That is absolutely beautiful.
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Old 18-10-2010, 17:50   #3
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Yeah, that´s right - wonderful pictures ,indeed !

The last two - for my opinion - also would make fine posters or calendar- pages.

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Beautiful!
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Old 18-10-2010, 23:24   #5
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Sooooo pretty! Fall is my absolute favorite season. I would LOVE to live on a giant, wooded lot just like that one day!
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Sooooo pretty! Fall is my absolute favorite season. I would LOVE to live on a giant, wooded lot just like that one day!
It's just round the corner from where I live!
It's called Sarka forest and now it's literally beautiful.
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Old 19-10-2010, 17:34   #7
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Amazing photos...
Hmm, we've lost the tradition of photo topics like "Snow at last", "Spring at last" etc
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Old 22-10-2010, 09:08   #8
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Wonderful pictures, Massimo, is your dog a professional model or something?
I also started taking autumn pictures, let's make this thread the autumn photo story:]











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Old 22-10-2010, 13:41   #9
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Wonderful pictures, Massimo, is your dog a professional model or something?
Yes, she is my model, my treasure, my darling.
Imagine that on this pic
http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4085/...e3f4aba5_b.jpg

I actually put her in position and she stayed there to let me do the ideal pic!
Will I ever thank her breeder enough for letting me have this wonderful beauty?
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Old 22-10-2010, 16:13   #10
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Yes, she is my model, my treasure, my darling.
Imagine that on this pic
http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4085/...e3f4aba5_b.jpg

I actually put her in position and she stayed there to let me do the ideal pic!
Will I ever thank her breeder enough for letting me have this wonderful beauty?
That image was staged?! No way, it looks so natural!
I'm going to teach Raksha the basics of modelling as well;] Any tips?
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Old 22-10-2010, 17:00   #11
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That image was staged?! No way, it looks so natural!
I'm going to teach Raksha the basics of modelling as well;] Any tips?
Tips? easy: your dog must trust you more than anything else in the world, so that whatever you ask he/she will do it.
Rather easy I think!
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Rather easy I think!
Well that depends...
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oh...and here is Oliver Passo del Lupo at 8 years old...







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Ciao Massimo.... !

Obviously Oliver is in excellent condition - looking great !

Congratulations and best greetings ,
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hello,

thank you for these beautiful photographs!!! splendid!!!!

I have a question by seeing these last photographs, why you use a collar with point with Oliver???
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I have a question by seeing these last photographs, why you use a collar with point with Oliver???
The only reason was that when I go out with all 3 dogs they become a very strong pack and want to attack any other dog we meet, specially the old bastard who weighs 45 kg
Here in Czech Republic they love their dogs very much but keep them almost always free, without leash, and when the dogs happily come to greet my "kind" pack it's a hard job to keep all 3.
After just once or twice I put it on and use the other collar (as u seet he has 2 of them) but it's enough for him to know it is on and not to react to other dogs.
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these are my photos from my pack in the autumn, but they aren't so much beautiful like the others from you











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The only reason was that when I go out with all 3 dogs they become a very strong pack and want to attack any other dog we meet, specially the old bastard who weighs 45 kg
Here in Czech Republic they love their dogs very much but keep them almost always free, without leash, and when the dogs happily come to greet my "kind" pack it's a hard job to keep all 3.
After just once or twice I put it on and use the other collar (as u seet he has 2 of them) but it's enough for him to know it is on and not to react to other dogs.
ok, thanks for your answer

I understand, I ask because I don't like this model of collar.

But , I have my male Apache, very strapping. It's same when I have my pack

Me , I prefer this model, and very effective

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Old 03-11-2010, 23:08   #19
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Some Autumn Pics from Berlin

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Tremendous pictures Tarlanciel, I like especially the one where your dog sits in a very well-mannered way on a bench:]
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