Photographer Sandra Miller, is a legally blind artist who lives in scenic Portland Oregon. Embarking on photographic world journeys with her husband Steve,she captures her engaging images of canines, both domestic and feral...homeless, or in the lap of luxury.
This photographic essay not only showcases some of Sandra's favorite canine encounters and memories, but is in itself is a beautiful personal journal to jot down your thoughts and memoires.
SOMEBODY'S DOG is a unique keepsake which not only serves as a subtle reminder of how fortunate our beloved companions are, but to also keep close to the heart, those countless "not so lucky" souls, at home and abroad.
EVERY dog ...is SOMEBODY'S DOG., even if only by way an image or a fleeting glance, etching a loving "home" for those special creatures in our memories forever.
As a legally blind photographer and artist, Sandra's style is unique in that she relies on her Canon DSLR cameras and a powerful arsenal of lenses to bring 'focus' back into her world, and provide reference material for her art and jewelry designs. Sandra can see only through a small tunnel in one eye, therefore carries the recognizable white blind cane to help find the bumps in the road ahead and give her the freedom to move around in public. People usually spot the 'pandarazzi' with her huge camera and cane and clear a wide path for this unconventional photographer. A conversation starter wherever she roams! The highlight of each travel day is when Sandra uploads her memory cards, spilling over with photo treasures, onto the computer. She is then able to discover details not seen with the naked eye on a magnified computer monitor.