Even though it might not be visible, in each and every moment that we live, there is a growth in ourselves. we grow older each and every second and you will understand this when you happened to see one of your older friends suddenly. They will not look as young as they used to and you might wonder how much they have changed. But you should also know that even you have undergone the same changes over time and that is actually how life is.
Photographer Amanda Jones has been taking dog photos for twenty years. The Massachusetts resident was inspired to put together this photo series of dog portraits, Dog Years: Faithful Friends Then & Now, by her dachshund, Lily, who passed away during the making of the book. The book features before and after photos of numerous family pets along with comments from their owners.
Amanda Jones is a talented photographer who does marvels with her lenses and her recent project aims to show how the lives of our beloved pets change over time. when you first met your puppy, he would have been a fluffy ball but by now should have changed a lot. You might not notice all those changes and you guys live together but the truth is that even without your notice, your beloved puppy is aging. They do not have a long lifetime like us and having a good idea about them will help you to look after them better.
“Some adorable puppies don’t seem to age at all, yet others show the signs quite openly in their eyes, their jowls, and their gray hair,” Jones told the. “It is this semblance of ourselves and our souls in the old dogs’ eyes that gives us such a deep connection with them. One thing that remains constant is the love people and these cute dogs have for each other. That does not change, no matter how many dog years go by.”
Rufus – 6 months and 13 years.
Sydney and Savannah – 16 months and 5 months: 10 and 9 years.
Maddy – 5 years and 10 years.
Fred: 2 years & 10 years
Lily: 8 months & 15 years
Copper: 3 years & 10 years
Rufus: 6 months & 13 years
Poppy: 1 year & 7 years
Briscoe: 1 year & 10 years
Corbet: 2 years & 11 years