Borzoi Pictures

Borzoi, the Russian wolfhound, is one of the most beautiful and elegant of all dog breeds. Favored by Royal families and celebrities, this Russian dog over the time inspires numerous artists, sculptors and photographers to create masterpieces of Borzoi art and Borzoi pictures.

This time we take a closer look at the wonderful Borzoi pictures published at Flickr by the two outstanding photographers, Paul L. Nettles and Kimberly Rama Fleming (myriorama).

Paul L. Nettles, originating from Houma, LA, and now staying in Alexandria, is in fact a photographer who loves trains and knows how to take pictures of them. With his Nikon DSLR he also fiddles about with nature scenes, rural decay, action shooting and a little portraiture.

Paul's collection of Borzoi pictures is quite large too, and it always attracts attention of Flickr's members and visitors searching for photos of Russian dogs.

Here are just two of his Borzoi pics.

dog_familyPhoto Credit: Paul L. Nettles/Flickr

dog_headPhoto credit: Paul L. Nettles/Flickr

Kim Fleming from Donalds, SC, USA, also known as myriorama, is a great naturalist and a recognized authority in macro photography. Most of the pics Kim published on Flickr were taken within an 86 acre plot of land that includes creeks, a pond, woods and field in Abbeville County, South Carolina. Besides magnificent wildlife pictures Kim has granted Flickr viewers with a tremendous gallery of Borzoi pictures, starring the female wolfhound Ruby.

Here are just two examples of her Borzoi photos.

Photo Credit: Kim Fleming/Flickr

Photo Credit: Kim Fleming/Flickr

Cover Dog


The “cover model” usually refers to a beautiful girl or a woman whose picture features on the front cover of a magazine. To our mind almost any of our readers’ Russian puppies and dogs if properly photoed can become the Cover Dog on our website’s front page.

Our first choice for the Cover Dog is Ruby, a beautiful female Russian wolfhound Borzoi, whose photo is placed on Flickr by Kim Fleming, a wonderful photographer also known as myriorama. The great picture of Ruby walking in the wood creates a feeling of a fairytale. The skill of the photographer is just fabulous. (Photo Credit: Kim Fleming/Flickr)

We invite our visitors to submit the professional quality pictures of their Russian breeds’ puppies and dogs as our next Cover Dog photos. Please feel free to send your best pictures to our EMAIL. Please don’t forget to provide us with some information about your great dog.




  1. free porn says

    In my opinion the Russian wolfhound is very ugly. I don't like it at all, it almost doesn't look like a dog. It's too tall, skinny and hairy. I know a lot of you people like these dogs but don't judge. It's just my honest opinion.

    • Take a cue says

      free porn says

      "In my opinion the Russian wolfhound is very ugly. I don’t like it at all, it almost doesn’t look like a dog. It’s too tall, skinny and hairy. I know a lot of you people like these dogs but don’t judge. It’s just my honest opinion."

      Since your 'honest opinion' wasn't solicited, is negative in content and lacks meaning, it is irrelevant. Don't fret...not judging, just suggesting: your time may be better spent looking at your free porn and keeping one's opinion to one's self.

      There's an old saying that goes like this "if you dont have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all".

      • Vicki says

        I agree! The borzoi is a gorgeous dog. I have owned a couple of them. They are magnificent, and wonderful, and watching them run is breathtaking.

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