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ⓋWillowⓋ Oct 30
Amazing photography by of who have been 🌱❤️
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We Animals Media Jul 17
We spoke to American photographer and writer about her experiences photographing elderly animals, and what they have to teach us about the value of life.
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Isa Leshko Ⓥ Nov 1
I am stoked to be leaving soon for Indraloka Animal Sanctuary for tomorrow's Thanksliving event. I visited while creating work for & Indra Lahiri, Johnny Braz & my animal friends who reside (or have resided) at Indraloka are very dear to me. 1/
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AnimalJusticeProject Oct 11
Photographer has captured images of rescued elderly farmed animals. She hopes people will ask why we love some animals but kill others. Each year billions of animals are deprived of a full life just because of human desire.
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🐓Harvest Home 🐖 Oct 25
“If you want to be free, you know, all you got to do is say so.” - Hall & Oates
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Isa Leshko Ⓥ Nov 2
I am completely speechless by this incredible review of my exhibit at . WOW. Thank you, !
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Shaina Wright Oct 4
Allowed to Grow Old by features her portraits of elderly rescued farm animals. ❤️🐮🐷
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Richard Levy Gallery May 25
👂Hear about how began photographing animals in sanctuaries📷, her process, and which subjects she had the deepest connections with 🐄 on podcast🎙 is currently in view at the…
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Unbound Jul 24
"I want viewers of these images to recognize that these animals are sentient beings who think and feel and have distinct personalities." An interview with , photographer and author of .
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Cleaner.Kinder.Living Jul 17
Gosh, this is thought provoking. I don’t think I’ve ever seen an old ‘farmyard animal’. 😢
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Culture & Animals Sep 23
2016 CAF grantee, 's book titled features beautiful portraits of elderly animals living in sanctuary and is headed for its second printing! Congratulations, Isa!
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Cameron Shepherd May 31
Have a look at this absolutely wonderful project by . She has created a series of photographs of aged farm animals living in sanctuaries that were . Viewing these images made me realise how I've never seen an old pig or rooster
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Martina Luisetti Mar 8
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Keri Cronin 4h
What an incredible short film highlighting the amazing work that sanctuaries do as well as the wonderful photographic work of
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Richard Levy Gallery May 7
📅 Opening THIS Friday: 🐖 a selection of photographs 🎞 from ’s newly released debut monograph ✨📕! The reception 🥂on May 3rd from 5:30-8:30 pm…
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Isa Leshko Ⓥ 23h
To donate to Arthur’s Acres please visit: Please also support the sanctuaries I visited while making : To buy a copy of , visit:
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Lydia Annie Feb 12
So beautiful... strange that allowing animals to age feels such an alien concept?? ⁦
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Heiko Greyhead May 28
This is Bluete. She is a Lady, 13 years old and happy on the farm, in barn and pasture. and produce healthy milk!
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Daniel  Marchand Apr 28
Michael Enright just announced that one of his guests next Sunday on The Sunday Edition on will be who will talk about her book
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Cleaner.Kinder.Living Jul 28
There's something about this that really has stuck with me. I've NEVER seen an old 'farm yard' animal, I'm not sure many of us actually have. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. Where can I find a happy older pig?
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