Moving Fur Reveals An Eye | Puli | New York
This is the other dog breed that I am aware of that has chorded fur.
The Puli is much small than the Komondor, however.
And where the Komondor is generally white, the Puli is often black.
I like this photo because it gives a good sense of motion.
The fur is blown back off the Puli’s face as it moves. The motion of the moving fur reveals the Puli’s eye which is normally covered by its thick fur.
The fur on the rest of the dog also appears to be in motion bouncing or blowing in the wind as the dog moves instead of just laying flat.
Photo details: Nikon D300S. Nikon 300mm f/4. Focal length 420mm. ISO 400. 1/800 sec. f/5.6.
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