Discussion in 'Street and Documentary' started by Allen Herbert, Aug 28, 2020.
Just some street photography, and a few words, maybe.
Food left for those in need.
A twist, Sam.
Cool place, Ludmilla, shame about the beach being closed. Dogs are so happy to see you with their wagging tails
Sanford gone medieval plus a drain pipe.
The photo of the dog got me thinking of a tale a friend told me. He watched a YouTube vid of a dog being abandon by its owner.. He drove away, and the poor dog was trying to follow him, and keep up with his car. I doubt if he was kind to the dog, but the dog was still loyal.
The cynical would say the dog was following its food bowl, however, I would think there's a lot more to a dogs loyalty than just the food bowl.
What has this got to do with this post? Well, I like to think there is a degree of humanity in documentary/street photography.
NYC • ©Brad Evans 2020
They certainly are a welcome sight in these uncertain times
Plastic Guru, is it you?
Pesky dogs, eh, Jon
Richard, why did u post that photo. It’s very odd
One of the best reasons to post a photo.
I guess that depends on whether one is aware of the photo’s oddness.
Well, if you're interested in the photographer's awareness of his photo's oddness, why not take a moment or two to tell him what you find odd about it. Otherwise, it comes across as a hollow put down, rather than a well-intentioned or informative comment.
Richard's posts over the years are often different from what is usual and expected for that they stand apart. Many are very compelling imo. I have never taken the time to say it. Now I am. I like your work Richard, if you care for elaboration I'd be happy to oblige.
I’m not. I’m only interested in my awareness
inoneeye : thank you...
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