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It’s a common sight: man’s best friend left alone and whining in a car, awaiting his owner’s return from a quick errand. But what is that silent emotion expressed on the face of a dog staring through a fogged window? That face you’ve only seen in passing? The camera lingers on forlorn puppy mugs in this slideshow; each image exposes a nuanced feeling of rejection.
Prospero the pointer sitting in his owner’s car.
Bear and Kessie. Huskies sitting in their owner’s car.
Alfie the Great Dane standing in his owner’s car.
Bones the Staffordshire terrier sitting in his owner’s car.