Finding possible locations in urban settings, where there is both safety and a usable background that isn't too busy (and will distract the eye), is part of what I do on a regular basis.
Although even our largest, closest city isn't really all that large, there are some good locations in the smaller towns that are just outside of my rural residence.
It is a safe spot, and although there is traffic through the main thoroughfare, it's not so much that you can't stand in the middle of the street now and then to take a photograph.
I decided to also use a night photo in a larger city setting for today's blog.
I am scouting all the time for urban locations, and I have a great list, not only for pet photos, but for senior portraits. Here's just some of the things I look for in a good urban site.
The theme this week is "urban." To see what other photographers in the circle have done with it, start here with Pawparazzi Pet and Animal Photography presented by Shae Pepper Photography. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!