A Solitary Man

I continue to experiment with set-ups. I like doing these, for even though I can see the image I want in my mind, sometimes what I end up with is even better. This is part of a series called “The Dinner Guest.” Jack Henry as always, was a perfect gentleman.

Today’s Dog Quote:

“Throughout Mesoamerica it was a common belief that a dog carried the soul of a newly deceased person across a body of water. According to the Aztecs, the first level of the Underworld was a place called Apanoayan (where one crosses the river) or Itzcuintlan (the Place of Dogs).”
― Elizabeth Eiler

Image taken with iPhone 5s and processed with Snapseed, iColorama S, Stackables and Pic-Tap-Go.

For today: The Dinner Guest

The Dinner Guest

The Dinner Guest


14 thoughts on “A Solitary Man

    • Oh this is wonderfully inspired-just like the looks I get everyday after each meal is finished and the hopeful expectancy that perhaps, just perhaps, the mistress might relent and put a little more kibble in the bowl 😉


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