Napoli, Italy: October, 2004. At the time a chihuahua lived a very nice life with me. She made me notice dogs a lot more often than in the past. There was another dog photo from an earlier trip I purposefully kept out of focus because I wasn’t sure if it was alright. My friends from Napoli didn’t seem to think that it was a good idea that I checked on it. Always felt bad that I didn’t. For some reason … even though this particular dog in this photo clearly didn’t have a home … he looked almost content. I mean … he was around humans. That’s all they really want. Interestingly, I had originally missed the woman in the window of the “Courtesy Point” (whatever the hell that is). She’s not as content as the dog. Leica M6 TTL. Summilux 35. Ilford Delta. Shit lab scanner.