This homeless old man is a fixture on queen Street. He plays the clarinet or just sits with his dog. I used the photoshop motion blur filter, as much to improve the distracting background as to emphasize the divide between the two separate worlds running in parallel.
8 thoughts on “The old man and his dog”
such a very dramatic scene.
one always wonders seeing the good looking dog just how badly off the man really is — but I feel guilty about feeling cynical
You did well on the background. Nice work. It makes the picture look real. Also, I noticed the dog is fat. It must be he is eating well.
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Very moving photo. I was interested to see the dog has tag around his neck. You’d not see that on dogs in France – just a rope or an old collar, if they are lucky. This dog, happily, looks well-fed and it’s obvious they are a couple who need each other. Great shot. I saw something similar to this once driving around Menton – a man and dog in the middle of a roundabout. I couldn’t stop as I was driving unfortunately and so missed it. Dogs mean so much to homeless people – dogs mean so much, regardless – let’s face it.
The dog looks well fed. Someone has been filling its dish! Could this be a JRT?
Great photo. Can’t see his face but his posture suggests that he seems sad.
belle prise de vue !
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