A blog about preservationist breeding of Azawakh, one of the world's last remaining canine landraces...
movement never lies...
...the lines simple, primal, abstract: T'naasheet ak Domiko (Sheshonq Idiiyat-es-Sahel X Afsoon Idiiyat-es-Sahel), bred by Doug Koger. Al hamdullilah. She reminds so much of her maternal grand-dam Iman Al-Ifriqiya. Al hamdullilah. T'naasheet is so young, ten months I think. I pray she will carry forward the line of her dam: the line of Lara, the first taidit imported from the Sahel to Yugoslavia. Insh'Allah. For sure she looks quite fierce in the photos! It was all play. A game of tag...and she was it.
Posted by azawakh place at Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Labels: Azawakh, Tuareg, Africa azawakh, burkina faso, desert, dogs, images, mali, niger, peul, sahel, tuareg
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Wow, she is so beautiful. You are correct, her movement is so typical and so elegant. And I definitely have witnessed that "mean face" from Tafraoute many many times while playing. They can appear so fierce!
These action / movement shots are beautiful. Elegant form, gaze of ancient beings, fierceness and beauty, all at once - very nice.
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