Weekly Photo Challenge: Two subjects

Photo courtesy of Sara Rosso

Two Subjects. This “theme” is more of a composition challenge. In the picture above, there are actually two subjects – one in the foreground (the cup), and one in the background (the dog) – both are essential parts of the picture and they each contribute something differently to the photo.

Share a picture with TWO SUBJECTS! 

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This is my two subjects in one photo:  TABLE WITH VASE AND MEGAN PEEPING OVER THE TABLE

This is one of my favourite photos of Megan .

Megan was a shy and “don’t hurt me” dog. Her owner abandoned her. He also really did not like her and she always had to hide away when he arrived home. One day her owner told me that he wanted to give her away. I said if you don’t get someone to give her to I would take her. That’s how it happened that Megan came to live with Nancy(my Schnauzer) and me. Megan was already 4 years old. It was very hard for her to trust me and anyone else.

I really had a hard time to let her feel at  home and to trust me. She was always running away and hiding. When you get closer to her she would creep down and cringe away from  you. Also, when my son came to visit during holidays,as soon as he started talking and Megan heard a male voice she will hide away as far as she can.(My son sometimes liked to tease her by talking to her in an angry voice! I hated it because that just put her back in her old ways)

She is no more! She passed away on my birthday in 2007. She just blew out her last breath and was gone(Think she had heart failure). I know she is happy in dog heaven!