waiting


outside zabars 
waiting impatiently
this little guy
 refused
to look at me
so
intent
on
watching for his person to return

22 comments:

  1. Oh, yes, what a darling, and so faithfully waiting.
    I once had a dog that looked like this one. I used to tell her if she'd grow legs she could be a Golden Retriever.
    K

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  2. Oh sweet baby. He reminds me of a little dog who lived in my neighbourhood when I was in my early teens. He'd spend hours with me most summer days. His name was Rickity. Fond memories.. thanks.

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  3. It is amazing how loyal dogs are. I guess people do what they have to do but I would never tie my dog up outside.

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  4. Oh, they will be right back baby, don't you worry.....

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  5. Great idea to shoot through the bike wheel. It conveys that feeling of separation and captivity the poor little guy is feeling. Nice!

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  6. He's gorgeous. The loyalty of dogs always amazes me. I'm just reminded of a t-shirt I had years ago with French lettering on the front which translated to something like...my dog is more loyal than any man I've known. Hmmmm, how sad is that!

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  7. Yes, he's definitely on the point for his master to return. Sweet - like the perspective through the spokes of the bike's wheel.

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  8. Aw, what a cutie. Said this before, I know, but I lurve Zabars! When I was in NYC I spent many an hour perusing that store, buying all sorts of stuff & taking pictures. I'm sure people thought I'd lost my marbles. :)

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  9. Hi Daryl,
    I've been gone for a while...disasters abound. But my hands are firmly holding down the fort and now I can catch up with you. Lovey, lovely little doggie. Now off to see what else I missed. Hugs :)

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  10. Great shot, I like how the dog is so intensely focusing on where his/her companion is and not paying any attention to the photographer. Nice through the spokes shot, there's actually a lot going on in that photo, one of those shots that makes one pause and look around in the photo.

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  11. he looks anxious
    and he's too close to the curb, hard for a car to see when parking
    sometimes I wish folks would just leave their pups at home
    or travel in pairs
    one shops, one stays with the pup

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  12. I love that taken through the bike spokes. Wonderful!

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  13. The spokes provide the perfect frame for this sweet little one.

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  14. What a great puppy dog photo through the spokes of the bicycle wheel. I like it!

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