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Cruffs at the Birmingham NEC
England

A view of one of the halls at the 2011 Cruffs dog show at the Birmingham NEC. This is the first photograph I took when I got there, and found a quiet spot. You can see in this picture some of the stalls with the different dog breeds, from small hairless dogs to big hairy dogs.

Copyright: Sophie Morse
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送信日: 17/03/2011
更新日: 11/08/2014
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Tags: dogshow; dog; canine; hall; breed; exhibition
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