Photographer Amanda Jones has been holding overwhelming portraits of dogs for 20 years now, and considers herself something of a dog psychiatrist-trainer-photographer hybrid. She’s dedicated her whole veteran life to capturing a true companions in their best light, though it was her possess pooch that desirous her to call adult aged clients to see if she could have a second print sesh.
Lily, from 8 months to 15 years.
Lily is Jones’ pooch who desirous Dog Years. Seeing a dual cinema side by side done her comprehend how most a dachshund had been by with her family.
Abigale, from 4 months to 8 years.
After holding a second mural of her possess pup, she started job aged clients.
Audrey, from 3 years to 12 years.
…And a plan kept expanding with some-more and some-more lifetimes of stories demonstrated by a aged pups.
Maddy, from 5 years to 10 years.
Sometimes they’d left all grey…
Cooper, from 3 years to 10 years.
…And other times, they hadn’t unequivocally altered most during all.
As she says in a intro to her new book, Dog Years…
are about so most some-more than a photographs; they are
about a dogs and a people who adore them.”
“Owners and dogs had aged, turn gray, wrinkled in a eyes, and reduction spry.”
Then again, others don’t seem to age during all.
The one thing that she beheld always stays a same after operative with these pups and their humans…
Is a bond that people have with their dear pets, a bond that’s grown from years of station by their sides and experiencing all a large moments in life together.
To see all 30 of a lifetimes Jones captured, with anecdotes from a dogs’ humans, make certain to collect adult a duplicate of her book!
You can also check out her website, as good as her Facebook, for some-more poetic photos.
It unequivocally is extraordinary to see these transitions like this. It reminds we of all a life we and your pet have lived together, and how most brighter they’ve done your days.