From Kieran Corcoran’s article for

The eyes of a turkey are not the most obvious place to look for sadness, empathy and pride.

But these moving images show the dignified twilights of farm animals who made it through most of their natural lifespan to reach old age.

The selection of images, showing animals as young as five and as old as 33, were taken taken by photographer Isa Leshko, and often involved spending hours with the animals before they would be comfortable enough with her to pose for the photographs.

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