Dogs, especially big dogs, have always been a passion in photographer Andy Seliverstoff’s life. Seliverstoff, who hails from St. Petersburg, Russia, has also always loved photography. “But 4 years ago I decided to take it more seriously and now I feel I can’t live without it,” he writes on his website. “I love to photograph dogs and I focus completely on my dog photography.”
Recently, Seliverstoff has focused his attention on capturing the joy-filled bond between children and canines and he’s just published a beautiful new book, Little Kids and Their Big Dogs.
Take at some of the images from his wonderful series, with children and their big dogs enjoying winter!
First featured are a young boy with a Komondor, otherwise known as a Hungarian sheepdog.
The large Hungarian breed has a beautiful long, corded coat.
The breed’s traditional role has been to guard livestock.
The breed dates back to the middle ages and has been declared one of Hungary’s national treasures.
These photos are published on Reshareworthy.com with permission from Andy Seliverstoff.
Andy Seliverstoff’s new book Little Kids and Their Big Dogs is now available on Amazon.
You can also see more of his wonderful work here.
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