Canis Familiaris at Westminster

Beautiful shots of the fiber most familiar to a lot of us. The Afghan hound’s coat looks a bit like that of a Suri alpaca or Angora goat.

There is a flurry of activity around each booth as dogs are primped for competition. A walk behind the scenes at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show can be overwhelming. But a close look reveals what makes each breed unique. Above, Pippa, an English setter.

See more at The New York Times.

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