In Almost Every Picture 18 - Shepherd Dog
Erik Kessels, Valentin Fogoros
- 160 pages
- 160 x 200 mm
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.