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pablophotographer 12 2.2k 450
24 Aug 2020 11:38PM
... a series of photographs where a fine brunette model posed with a massive Great Dane dog? Might be a few years now.
Who was the photographer?
Thank you.
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Pete 22 18.8k 97 England
25 Aug 2020 8:51AM
The most famous ones are with Kate Moss by photographer Herb Ritts
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pablophotographer 12 2.2k 450
25 Aug 2020 10:29AM
Thanks for the reply Pete.
I should have clarified the series I recall were featured in ephotozine. Unforgetable...
but I am crap with names Sad
I am not sure why at the time did not add the photographer in my "following" list. I initially thought because of the quality it must be yevgenromanenko but turns out it isn't..
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13 14.5k 89 Norway
25 Aug 2020 10:51AM
Do a filtered search of the main gallery - put 'great dane' into the tag field:
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pablophotographer 12 2.2k 450
25 Aug 2020 1:16PM
I did so saltireblue. They were not tagged as such.

But I've found the culprit!!!! It's "Dismorfic" He has not posted since 2016 and the picture was posted in 2012!

Here is the picture:
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pablophotographer 12 2.2k 450
25 Aug 2020 1:23PM
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25 Aug 2020 1:52PM
Thanks for finding them Pablo - they are beautiful photos. However they are not always placid dogs. Some many years ago I had a neighbour who had two Great Danes who were kept during 'in' time in the front room of their house, which I should say now, had leaded lights. One day a couple of young boys were playing in the roadway outside their house on their bikes and the two dogs jumped one after the other through the leaded lights preparing to attack (or chase off at least) the two boys. For a while pandemonium reigned until the owners managed to get the dogs back under control and back into the house. I may say that they moved very shortly after - their housing was obviously not suitable for the dogs. But for quite a while the windows were boarded up. Suburbia is really not the right place for dogs of this size and in this situation I feel that the dogs were not to blame as the situation had probably broken their patience.
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Railcam 16 967 2 Scotland
25 Aug 2020 2:30PM
Not long after I joined a bank branch in 1964, it had a low counter - pre bandit screen days. One of our customers had a great dane and he came in and the dog rested his chin on the low counter. As I was serving the customer, I found that the dog was breathing its bad breath straight at me. Not a pleasant experience at all and I was glad when the customer and great dane left. It left a (very unfavourable) impression on me.


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