Art Photography Psychology — 26 September 2012

The photos were made by New York based professional photographer Bobby Neel Adams. Two photographs of the same person, from different period of time are spliced together. In this fusion a jump-of-time is established at the tear.

It is amazing to see comparing photos of people in their middle age to that of childhood. They do really look like the same from the jumping time. The skin or hair color and similar things may have changed a little bit but the look of eyes seems to be pretty same in most of cases. Of course this can’t be applied to everyone because some people do change. Besides, I seems to believe we human being form our personalities in very early ages.

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