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This photographer sublimates her Shiba Inu in the middle of a "sea of ​​flowers" in Japan

With its little boiled mimi, it is recognizable among hundreds of breeds! The Shiba Inu is a dog breed popular with families. Endearing and faithful, he is as cunning as a fox and he is endowed with a particular intelligence.Masayo Ishizuki, better known as Issy_rider, is a Japanese photographer and the owner of Hashi, a small dog of this Japanese breed.

When Hashi arrives in the life of the artist, she finds in him theinspiration, to the point that it becomes its muse. Seeing her dog in the middle of a field of flowers is enough for her to find it beautiful and starts taking pictures from all angles. She starts posting pictures of him in the midst of gorgeous floral designs on her own Instagram page in 2012: "He looked really bright in the flowers and ridiculously cute!"Explains the photographer. Now, Hashi likes to walk around fields of flowers that his mistress likes to take a picture of it.

Just like the iconic flowers in which the dog likes to stroll, the Shiba Inu is a symbol from Japan. It is the smallest of six ancient Japanese dog breeds (Akita Inu, Inuk Shikoku, Kishu Inu, Hokkaido and Kai Ken) that bred in the country before the 19th century. We can not say that this little dog does not release a contagious heat! These photo shoots take place at Hitachi Seaside Park because the place is home to many varieties of colorful flowers and herbs that bloom over the seasons. If you like these hair balls, this company sells marshmallows in the shape of Shibas.

Credits : Issyrider

Credits : Issyrider

Credits : Issyrider

Credits : Issyrider

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Credits : Issyrider

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Imagined by: Masayo Ishizuki

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