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Thursday, July 2, 2009

straw dogs.

While riding roads of Thai villages, it’s impossible not to note ragged dogs dotting the winding path. Often, they prop their thin bodies in the middle of the road, rarely moving for anyone or anything, including my motorbike.

I found out the hard way they don’t like to be pet. Some have something along the lines of an owner, some food or water here and there, but they live in the streets. Most are alone, guarding their small section of territory.

These are the straw dogs. And these some photos I took of the ones that didn’t run away.



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2 comments:

Tully said...

dope.

Christopher said...

fresh. be safe out there.

illtown

I am a freelance photographer and educator specializing in documentary, editorial and travel photography based in St. Petersburg FL.
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