||YOUNG BROTHERS with shepherd boys, Eastern Turkey, April 1980.
The Red Fawn has faint Brindle markings, the White has had his head dragged around so I
can see his nose. Both in THICK winter coat.
Seven dogs had been culled the day before, I agreed with reasons for every one of them.
Those left were excellent examples.
Men and dogs used roof-tops (flat) to walk on, as "street" knee deep in mud
(churned by hoof.)
Above: two examples of good camouflage on rocks in new snow, High Mts. in E. Turkey,
The fawn male may be darker in his summer coat, later. The Tri. is a bitch. Both really
||Left: rather small old male, with "iron wrought" collar, on hard packed
Note stairs to balcony snowed up. A well built animal, may have grown more if
owners not so poor.
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