Photography Lost Dog Posted on April 21, 2016February 18, 2017 by Thomas Slatin April 2016Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostChristopher McCandless Quote Next PostGina Greenlee Quote 21 thoughts on “Lost Dog”They say a dog can make its way back to its master? I do not know if this is true but if it is then this dog should not be lost ha ha Just saying!!!That said what breed is he? Where is his master?Loading...ReplyWhat a pity to the poor dog. I pray the dog find its way back home. Thanks for this notice post.Loading...ReplyThe dog looks really curious on the person taking the picture. I hope the dog will find its way home. It is really sad to know if the owner of the dog abandoned it.Loading...ReplyThis looks a very confused dog, I hope it will find the way home very soon to avoid more harm. The dog look harmless tooLoading...ReplyAwwww, I hope this dog can find its owner soon. It’s very sad when pets get lost.Loading...ReplyIs it lost? Looks like it is just gazing at something.Loading...ReplyLost dog but this wonderful photographer just found him. So happy you where right on timeLoading...ReplyPerhaps that dog is feeling a bit lost along the Road of Life. Much like some of us, on occasion. I hope that he finds his master, and his purpose, soon enough.Loading...ReplyLost in the abandoned building but thinking Tom found him. Lovely concept and good effect used. Nice oneLoading...ReplyIs the dog really lost? It doesn’t look lost to me lolLoading...ReplyInterestingly enough I know of a cafe called The Lost Dog Cafe. This photo reminded me of it.Loading...ReplyI wonder where the owner is. This is a lovely dog.Loading...ReplyIf lost, I don’t think the dog will have a hard time finding a new home. I know for sure I’d take him in.Loading...ReplyNice touch with the black and white. I think it creates a nice effect on the photo.Loading...ReplyOne would think that wooden house is where the dog lives. It might be lost though.Loading...ReplyOh poor dog. I hope it eventually found its way home.Loading...ReplyLost or not, she’s still one beautiful dog. I feel happy just looking at her.Loading...ReplyThe dog doesn’t have a tag. That may make it hard to track the owner.Loading...ReplyI wouldn’t dare go close to a stranger dog. It may be dangerous.Loading...ReplyAnimal protection services better step in. This dog needs their help.Loading...ReplyThat’s a cute pup. Has a sense of purpose in his eyes like he knows his way home even if he’s far away. Great light focus. Thanks for sharing, Tom.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.