'Senior Dogs Across America' is a wonderful and lucid look into the way both we and animals cope. The steadfastness of the various dog's gaze into LeVine's camera is entirely refreshing. We can so easily forget that others cope and thrive despite increasing years or infirmity when we are subsumed in our own private pain and fear.
These changes, for the worst in the most part, will have ramifications for everyone, so that a search for and a reaching out to indomitableness will become a certain required in the years to come.
We most assuredly are '... better than that' but our politicians most probably aren't.
I reckon there's a lot to be learned from senior dogs. Lovely images.