Last week I was fortunate enough to spend a very enjoyable day in the Languedoc region of France filming a documentary on dogs: how to live with them, how to treat them, and how to get them to refrain from biting you. Our family dog, Hugo, featured prominently in the documentary; ideally, not biting anyone. Here is a photograph of him taken on that day, in full flight, on the beach at Portiragnes Plage. That's my eldest son in the background.
The photographer is the multi-talented Daniela Spader, founder of the Univers-Cite du Chien:
Daniela and I co-wrote the documentary, which was directed by Antoine Elizabé, and presented by Daniela, the journalist Laurence Lefèvre, and myself.
Daniela's breathtaking portfolio of dog photographs can be found at:
Thanks also to Geneviève Paillé and Jean-marc Zuiliani.
7.30 a.m. until 1.30 a.m. - that's a full day's work lad and don't you forget it!
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