Dog lovers are a dedicated bunch, almost as loyal to their furry friends as their dogs are to them. There’s not much we wouldn’t do for our beloved pooches, and we often consider them a part of the family. That’s why one of the hardest things to think about is the loss of a dog and the thought of going on without our best friend. Photographer, Amanda Jones, can definitely relate to this feeling.
Through her artistic vision, she set out to show that no bounds of time or space exist when it comes to a dog’s capacity for love. Here’s how she accomplished her mission. She observed and documented the lifespan of 30 individual dogs, starting from as young as a few months to those in their golden years.
She compiled all of the dog photos she had taken. Through the beautiful expression of black and white photography, she showcased the dogs’ pictures side by side to create a visual depiction of the stark changes that had occurred over each animal’s lifetime.
In her words,the “bond we share with our canine companions deepens and matures in their journey from playful pups to wise old friends.” Check out the pictures to see for yourself just how right Ms. Jones truly is. The loyalty and love is written on each face. How could you not want to go out and get a dog of your very own now? Let’s hear your thoughts on the love of dogs, the beauty of these photos or your best memories of a cherished pup. Feel free to share with other doggie lovers in your life!