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Detroit Riverfront Conservancy

Posted by
Ralph Jones (Detroit, United States) on 16 September 2011 in Business & Industry and Portfolio.

Mission Statement:
To document the city in an attempt to inspire an appreciation and understanding of the uniqueness of Detroit, her buildings, and her people.

So much of what I do never gets published here. I was updating my resume and client list the other day when I decided to post some of the images I have done commercially.
This image was for the Detroit Riverfront Conservancy's web page and news letter.

Speramus meliora; resurget cineribus.
We hope for better things; it will arise from the ashes.

Mission Statement:
To document the city in an attempt to inspire an appreciation and understanding of the uniqueness of Detroit, her buildings, and her people.

Speramus meliora; resurget cineribus.
We hope for better things; it will arise from the ashes.

http://www.ralphjones313.com/

Chris Pereira from San Francisco, California, United States

that's a really cute dog. fantastic colors in the background as well

16 Sep 2011 5:13am

roeb from rotterdam, Netherlands

great compo/position, wonderful frame.

16 Sep 2011 5:58am

anne fleurent from Bois-le-Roi, France

a really good and lovely portrait ! I love the colors, the smile of the dog, the imperturbability of his owners ...
really cool, *****

16 Sep 2011 6:05am

Rick from Toronto, Canada

Super composition. That canine glance really puts the shot across.

16 Sep 2011 9:36am

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Wonderful colours in this shot Ralph! The dog's look says you're busted! ;-)))

16 Sep 2011 12:13pm

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

I love the dog's attention on you and the gals could care less. (grin)

16 Sep 2011 1:25pm

6ft5 from Stockholm, Sweden

That dog is giving you the eye :) Beautiful scene!

16 Sep 2011 5:32pm

Denny Jump Photo from Easton, PA, United States

This is a cute shot Ralph ;-) I love this...man, that lady looks is TALL ;-)!!

16 Sep 2011 6:40pm

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

Great timing to capture the short glance from the dog. The other ladies didn't want to seem to be bothered. The colorful background makes the dog stand out nicely here.

16 Sep 2011 9:02pm

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

Very nice with this vivid colors

17 Sep 2011 5:28am

RORO from LE HAVRE, France

The dog catched you :-)

17 Sep 2011 10:58am

Florence from Paris, France

They look so proud. A funny catch.

17 Sep 2011 12:09pm

digitalCG from Manchester, United Kingdom

Nicely framed and even better timed. It works so much better thanks to the dog, hope you bought it a scooby snack!

17 Sep 2011 3:30pm

Gary from Cochise County, United States

What a great expression. Classic.

18 Sep 2011 9:14pm

David from Detroit, United States

I love the direct gaze from the dog.

19 Sep 2011 1:19am

Reno from Cd de México, Mexico

Funny image, with the dog's look at us and those women that prevent/avoid not to see you/the camara!

20 Sep 2011 7:57pm

Albert from Sweden, living in Hamburg, Germany

I just browse some of the blogs at am3 quickly too see what I missed recently. I just had to come back and look at this shot again. It is great. It got stuck on my cornea. I love the contact you got with the dog. Perfect brightness and exposure too. (BTW, Great to know that you make professional photographing too.)

22 Sep 2011 9:32am