About the Book
"Salty dog" means ornery, as in the T-Bone Walker tune "Ain't Salty No More." In US folklore and song, salty dog has an older sexual meaning.
For example, in the traditional song "Salty Dog Blues", the lyric "Honey, let me be your salty dog" translates to "Let me be your sexual partner." The term comes from the term sea dog, or a horny sailor.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Jul 03, 2008
- Tags black and white, honey moon, city destruction, united states, sexy, dogs, suburban, portraits, love, eros, legs, feet, boots, booty, desire, couples, seduction, wedding, circus, church, cemetaries, death, mexico, spain, england, africa, france
Jeff Zipper Jeff Zipper has been working for over 30 years pursuing his passion for photography. Travelling through United States, Mexico, Great Britain, Spain and West Africa he established a particular style marked by erotic, stylised scenes, often with fetishistic subtexts. He extended his work , notably with his "Mystic river" series which marked the pinnacle of his erotic-urban style, underpinned with excellent technical skills. He also worked in architecture photography,portraiture and more social studies. Zipper's photography has addressed dramatic issues, including erotism,religion,death. He works primarily in black and white.