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Portraits Genetiques (Genetic Portraits) By Ulric Collette

Portraits Genetiques (Genetic Portraits) By Ulric Collette

Portraits Genetiques (Genetic Portraits) By Ulric Collette

Photographer Ulric Collette’s series of photos called Portraits Genetiques (Genetic Portraits) shows just how similar family members are. sneakers blanc Homme Asics He splits the photos down the middle and splices together faces of family members. St. Louis Cardinals Store Mothers, Nike Air Max 90 Donna daughters, Asics Gel Lyte 3 fathers and brothers… all of them seem so similar when you put them side-by-side. Air Max 2016 Sale These photos show you just how powerful genetics are.

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Dad Makes Creative Lunchboxes For His Daughter

Dad Makes CreativeLunchboxes For His Daughter

Dad Makes CreativeLunchboxes For His Daughter

The well known Lunchbox Dad or Beau Coffron in the real life , baskets running asics cheap adidas uk for sale is a dad in the San Francisco Bay area that makes delicious and creatively designed lunches for his daughter Abby. Maglie Toronto Raptors Coffron creates bento lunches using various healthy food ingredients cut into all sorts of colorful shapes. Maglie New Orleans Pelicans sac fjällräven kånken Characters from Despicable Me, Russell Wilson – Wisconsin Jerseys Finding Nemo, Goedkoop Nike Schoenen 2017 soldes nike air max 1 pas cher Monster’s University and other popular children’s shows and movies come alive. nike air max 2016 zwart nike air max goedkoop He occasionally makes these lunches for his younger children too.

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Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

German photographer Frauke Theilking‘s photo project called “Generation” captures the similarities and differences between generations. Each photo pairs up a parent and child, either a mother/daughter or father/son, side by side.
Looking at the two figures, there are apparent likenesses and gaps. For a lot of the images, it feels like looking at a split-screen of the same person at different stages in their life.

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

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A Friendship Of A Young Girl With An English Bulldog

A Friendship Of A Young Girl With An English Bulldog

A Friendship Of A Young Girl With An English Bulldog

Rebecca Leimbach has photographed the beautiful relationship between her daughter and her English Bulldog from the day she was born. After years of suffering infertility, Rebecca and her husband were finally blessed with their daughter Harper. They tried to have more children for Harper to have siblings and playmates but even IVF treatments were unsuccessful. Feeling an immense sense of guilt and sadness, Rebecca was surprised to find out that one had been living in their house in the name of Lola, their loyal English Bulldog.

“One day Harper came out of her playroom with Lola dressed as a princess and I realized, she has a playmate, the best kind in fact, one who doesn’t argue over being dressed up,” Rebecca tells My Modern Met. When asked about their friendship, she said, “They have a funny bond. Harper loves Lola immensely, except when Lola eats her toys, which happens quite often. Lola is very protective of Harper, she is always in Harper’s business. Whatever Harper is doing, Lola must investigate to make sure it’s kosher. Lola treats Harper like I think she would have treated one of her own puppies, had she not been spayed.”

Harper and Lola are seen playing on the beach and resting in the forest. It was only in the last year or so that Rebecca, a professional portrait and lifestyle photographer, started focusing on the two as playmates.

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Mother + Daughter Lookalike by Carra Sykes

Mother & Daughter Lookalike by Carra Sykes

Mother & Daughter Lookalike by Carra Sykes

Photographer Carra Sykes made a beautiful and fun photo project called Mother + Daughter which features her dressing and posing identically to her mom. Sykes uncle’s constant joking on her mother wearing her clothes gave her the idea for this project. Her mother has a knack for occasionally raiding her Goodwill donation bags and putting on her Carra’s old clothes.

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One Day, You Will Be, My Child by Eric Maloberti

One Day, You Will Be, My Child by Malo

One Day, You Will Be, My Child by Malo

The project is Un jour, mon enfant tu seras or One Day You Will Be My Child by Paris-based art director and photographer Eric Maloberti, 39, imagines what the future may hold for his three-month-old daughter June when she grows up. The collection shows a rather adorable child assuming a variety of possible occupations. There is a baby chef, a baby friar, a baby military , even a baby superhero.

Though the task of thinking about your child’s future can be terrifying, this series is more fun and lighthearted than anything else. The idea of a parent looking down at their kid and seeing a potential superhero is really amusing.

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World’s Best Father by Dave Engledow

World's Best Father by Dave Engledow

World’s Best Father by Dave Engledow

Dave Engledow is World’s Best Father, well, according to his coffee mug.

Engledow is creating an unconventional scrapbook for his daughter Alice Bee, so that when she grows up, she will have a complete photographic record of herself in funny and weird situations.

The first shot he did with Alice was just a simple one where he wanted to make fun of himself – a new father, sleep deprived and kind of clueless. When his fans saw this, they wanted to see more so Engledow made it into a series. The mug in his photo that says “World’s Best Father” ultimately became his trademark in his photos. He portrays in his pictures the kind of father he doesn’t want to become – distracted, clueless and overbearing.

Engledow and Alice actually pose separately and the pictures are just Photoshopped into a final product. He manipulates the images digitally so they look more cartoonish.

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