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Picasso was so cool he could dance with a yeti in his living room

Pablo Picasso Playing with Dogs by Edward Quinn, 1960 Pablo Picasso dances with his Afghan Hound, Kabul

Moscow-based photographer Katerina Plotnikova's striking works recreate the long-forgotten yet forever sacred bonds between animals and humans. The animals she uses in her art are very much alive and real -- making us even more impressed with this young, talented artist. For more information on her work as well as the opportunity to purchase prints, visit: 500px.com/katerina_plotnikova (via BoredPanda).

17 Magical Photographs of Real Animals Posing with Astonishing Women. We're Particularly Impressed with the Last One.

Deer and girl share an embrace. "UNPHOTOSHOPPED direct photography, ethereal/dreamy/fairytale-like photography shot live with real animals really interacting with real people.thanks to Russian photographer Katerina PLOTNIKOVA, via

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Chronically Vintage: Celebrating Annie's birthday with 25 darling black and white vintage dog photos

Juliette de Bairacli Levy  Know as first holistic Veterinarian.  A fine herbalist who traveled to learn from nomadic people all over the world. Read Natures Children.  Also Traveler's Joy.  She was a joy to know!

Juliette de Bairacli Levy Know as first holistic Veterinarian. A fine herbalist who traveled to learn from nomadic people all over the world.

Juliette de Bairacli Levy

commercial dog food, CJ Puotinen, caring for animals, how to protect dogs from harmful viruses

Afghan Hound Times - Jean Manson/Bell Murray /Cove Afghans Photo

Afghan Hound Times - Jean Manson/Bell Murray /Cove Afghans Photo

Karen Blixen with her Scottish Deerhounds in 1920's Kenya

Karen Blixen with her Scottish Deerhounds in Kenya

1stdibs | Portrait of Picasso in His Studio by Richard Ham  In December 1944, Richard Ham was a U.S. Army photographer, who photographed the world's greatest living artist in his studio. So soon after the liberation of Paris, the room was very cold, evidenced by Picasso wearing a long, camel-hair coat. The artist posed, hands in pockets, with his pet hound -- each on either side of a large, rather sculptural heater. A great, enigmatic photograph of a great, enigmatic man.   $3,800.00

Portrait of Picasso in His Studio by Richard Ham

Paris 7 Rue des Grands Augustins, Paris Pablo Picasso in his sudio with his Afghan dog called Kazbeck.

Givenchy with his Afghan hound, 1955.

From Audrey Hepburn To Le Jonchet: Hubert De Givenchy’s Inimitable Impact On Design