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Brock Williams of the Allen County Sheriff's Department receives a kiss from Pogo, whom he rescued from a garage in February.

Pogo bounces back

Camera: Canon EOS 7D

Shutter: 1/1600 s

Aperture: f/4.0

Exposure Setting: Manual (Spot Metering)

ISO: 400

Strobe Flash: Did Not Fire

Lens Focal Length: 50 mm

White Balance: Auto

Pogo, formerly Chico, is a Chihuahua who was rescued from a garage and was not expected to survive. Brock Williams, of the Allen County sheriff's department, took the little guy in and has nursed him back to the healthy, playful and outgoing dog he now is. He didn't want to interact with the camera, so I took advantage of the love he has for his rescuer and grabbed this shot of the two of them interacting. To blur the background out and focus on the subject, I used a faster shutter speed that gave me a shallow depth of field and zoomed in on the pair.

Michelle Davies, Photojournalist