a fresh clipped poodle
standing alone in a main street of a huge city
in perfect posture
looking self-reliant in your camera
photo in black-and-white
it's hard not to think in human scales and not to compare..
it's a goreous animal
... and this year's Erwitt-Elliott-Award goes to ...
the precious "continental clip" is a little bit disheveled by the wind.
what a pity!
brilliant character study of a pedigree dog
Sam, I'm looking foreward to see your coming portrait photos.
human or animal.
although it's no easy : surpass yourself, Sam!
I love color photos,
butfor this picture bw ist a must!
Poor dog! Left out in the breeze with no pants on and a bad hair-cut! Where's the owner so I can shave a Chelsea-cut on his ass? See how he likes it! Lol!
These are excellent and a bit humorous. I think he's waiting for the bus. :)
That's Joker... a 3 year old Standard Poodle... yes... he's a show dog and he belongs to Lawrence Levoir who is a local groomer. Joker is standing in front of Lawrence's grooming studio.
If you're interested in shooting dogs, stop in my doggy daycare right across from Moss Park. A Dog's Life 215 Queen St. E.
love your work
thanks for your explanatory comment
helpful for Non-Torontonians
exactly my first impression :
the bus is late and he's a little bit annoyed.
such beautiful people should'nt be forced to drive means of local transport but have a car of their own, with a chauffeur!
but...he's an animal!
we should'nt think here in human scales, should we?
two very very very good photos!!
Oh, this is my neighbor's dog. He never puts him on leash. He is so adoreable, his name is Joker.