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taggart Plus
15 47 13 United States
7 Oct 2019 1:16AM
definitely COLD!

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Chinga Plus
9 3 1 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2019 4:43AM
Minimalist... Beautifully photographed...
Isabel GrinGrinGrin
7 Oct 2019 6:50AM
That feeling of being alone in the world. Simple and superb.
Alfie
saltireblue Plus
9 9.9k 36 Norway
7 Oct 2019 7:50AM
Bucking the trend and placing them smack in the middle. It works, as it is balanced. Negative space as far as the eye can see, and an overall abstract look that brings photography down to its simplest level, yet at the same time shows the complexity of what pleases the human eye and brain.
mrswoolybill Plus
13 1.7k 2097 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2019 8:12AM
A few pixels can be so expressive. There's blind optimism on the part of the dog, determined to have fun whatever. Throw that ****** ball, why don't you... And knowing patience on the owner's part.
And an eternity of emptiness.
woolybill1 Plus
13 29 75 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2019 8:19AM
Perfect expression of the outside world as I write.
Although I'm not barking.
(quite).
Regards
Bill
7 Oct 2019 9:28AM
it's different but it does ring a nostalgic bell for the Un homme et une femme by Claude Lelouch ( the iconic scene of a man with his dog )
Nikonuser1 Plus
7 159 16 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2019 9:48AM
Excellent AlanSmileSmile

Cliff
gerainte1 5 44 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2019 9:48AM
isolation and friendship in one image, great
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2019 10:11AM
Think how Neville Shute envisaged it.
Irishkate Plus
9 41 115 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2019 11:27AM
Simplicity wins the day.
KateGrin
7 Oct 2019 1:11PM
Excellent capture...
viscostatic 13 45 5 United Kingdom
10 Oct 2019 8:13AM
Great timing as well as composition in this image Alan.

Phil.
10 Oct 2019 10:35AM
Could that be Ava Gardner down there with the dog? But if memoyt serves the dog was with the scientist with the racing car. Fred Astaire in a highly different part.

"This is the way the world ends...not with a bang but a whimper." Kipling I think?

Dougie
10 Oct 2019 10:48AM

Quote:Could that be Ava Gardner down there with the dog? But if memoyt serves the dog was with the scientist with the racing car. Fred Astaire in a highly different part.

"This is the way the world ends...not with a bang but a whimper." Kipling I think?

Dougie


T.S.Eliot, 'The Hollow Men.'
10 Oct 2019 10:53AM
Of Course silly me.

Thought the book was better than the movie despite the wonderful Ava.


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