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Where can you find pictures of an Irish Wolfhound?

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Irish Wolfhound information including pictures, training, behavior, and care of Irish Wolfhounds and dog breed mixes.

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Is it an Irish tradition to take pictures of the Dead?

www.yourirish.com/traditions/irish-burial-traditions

May 9, 2013 ... To-day 'keening' has faded out of Irish funerals. Although death is a sad occasion a traditional wake is seldom solemn. Friends and family alike gather and share memories and funny stories about the deceased. Food and drink is always present and although the church tried to ban alcohol from wakes it ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Post-mortem_photography

There can be considerable dispute as to whether individual early photographs actually show a dead person or not, often sharpened by commercial considerations. The form continued the tradition of earlier painted mourning portraits. Today post-mortem photography is most common in the contexts of police and pathology ...

www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-36389581

Jun 5, 2016 ... In Victorian England after-death photographs became a way of commemorating the dead and blunting the sharpness of grief.

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