Robert Clark’s Dogs

I am unashamedly a dog person. If I encounter any dog I will make a beeline for said dog and give them a stroke. Maybe it’s because I’ve owned and loved dogs all my life, or the fact that my grandparents bred Rhodesian Ridgebacks. Needless to say, dogs have always been a big part of my life.

Robert Clark is a freelance photographer based in New York, who captured these amazing portraits of the dogs at the 2011 Westminster Dog Show for National Geographic. The photo series really shows the diversity of breeds, shapes and sizes.

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3 Responses to Robert Clark’s Dogs

  1. este says:

    Just beautiful!

  2. atelierjen says:

    great photos, great dogs!

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