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Erik Kessels: In Almost Every Picture 18 Shepherd Dog
by Erik Kessels, Valentin Fogoros

During the 1960s and ’70s, the Romanian town of Baile Tusnad, with its hot springs and spas, was famous as a holiday and weekend destination. The pictures tourists took home would frequently include the German Sheperd belonging to local photographer George Nitescu. The dog was a familiar and popular fixture in the town. Hours after capturing their moment with the dog, the pictures could be collected from Nitescu’s urban villa, a place where tourists and locals often mingled. The images collected in this volume show changing faces, the bygone sights of a Romanian town in its prime, and one extremely photogenic German Sheperd whose name remains unknown.

Size:16 x 20 cm

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