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Dave Aharonian Photography

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Dave Aharonian is a Canadian Fine Art photographer based in Victoria, British Columbia.

Dave always opts for analogue instead of digital, shooting mostly 4x5 sheet film but also 35mm and 120. He prints by himself his own work.

Inquiries: daveaharonian@gmail.com

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Dave Aharonian - part II

Posted by AthensFever

Dave Aharonian is a Canadian Fine Art photographer based in Victoria, British Columbia.

Dave always opts for analogue instead of digital, shooting mostly 4x5 sheet film but also 35mm and 120. He prints by himself his own work.

Inquiries: daveaharonian@gmail.com

Dave Aharonian | 500px
Dave Aharonian | Bingopin
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Olivia Preston Olivia Preston | Twitter
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Animals at Play

Posted by AthensFever

Hudson is the name of the dog in these pictures taken in mid-November. When the polar bear approached the Eskimo dog, the owner, Brian Ladoon, a hunter and trapper living on the shore of Hudson Bay east of Churchill Maniotta, thought for the worst. Indeed, ice had not yet formed on the bay, and bears are starved because the open water prevented them from hunting. Dogs are easy prays for bears at this season. However, Hudson did not bark or try to attack the bear. Instead he wagged his tail, and invited the bear to get nearer. They both wrestled and wrapped together in cheerful and non aggressive signs. These two adversary species where in fact playing as children do.
Photos : Rober Rosing



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