Everything Is Changing… (20 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       23 Nov 2020       3758       4

“Here’s my daughter and my wife wearing the same dress, 28 years apart. Made me smile.”

1 Everything Is Changing…

“This is my boyfriend’s new 4-month-old pup, Phoebe, before and after adoption. Sometimes changes bring so much happiness!”

2 Everything Is Changing…

“My dad and me, visiting Trafalgar Square — the time gap between the photos is around 40 years.”

3 Everything Is Changing…

“My collection had long since outgrown the old shelf, but the old one’s been with me since middle school. I’ll find a way to repurpose it!”

4 Everything Is Changing…

“This is my baby and me in our kindergarten photos. They even had us in the same spot on the bench, arranged according to height.”

5 Everything Is Changing…

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“These are pictures of me with my owl along with my brother and the same owl 10 years later.”

6 Everything Is Changing…

"Italy with 2,000 years of history in between"

7 Everything Is Changing…

“Same company, 29 years apart”

8 Everything Is Changing…

“This day a year ago and today — a good big boy!”

9 Everything Is Changing…

“Took the same exact photo of my dad at the Golden Gate Bridge, 15 years apart.”

10 Everything Is Changing…

“Christmas gifts: 20 years ago vs today”

11 Everything Is Changing…

“A pic of my son in the same place as my father, 69 years apart”

12 Everything Is Changing…

“The left picture was shot almost a year ago, and the right is that very plant today!”

13 Everything Is Changing…

“Brought new life to my great grandparents’ old bedroom set. Over 100 years old! It’s still a work in progress, but here are the before and after pictures.”

14 Everything Is Changing…

“My 8-year-old monitor vs the new one I just bought”

15 Everything Is Changing…
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“My first born son and me wearing the same clothes, 30 years apart”

16 Everything Is Changing…

"An OmniMech made back in the ’90s on the left and the one made nowadays on the right"

17 Everything Is Changing…

“Old vs new”

18 Everything Is Changing…

“My son and me, 27 years apart with the same Moses blanket, basket, and onesie!”

19 Everything Is Changing…

“Same clothes, 2 years later”

20 Everything Is Changing…


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Aurelia 3 month s ago
#14 absolutely DESTROYED an Art Deco set. The after is hideous.
       
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Emeline 3 month s ago
I don't understand why these people are so proud that their children have to wear hand-me downs from their childhood. Why would anyone want to admit to being so poor they can't buy new cloths for their kids.

They are showing off the time gap and that they have a family connection. Don't be THAT person.
       
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Wilson 3 month s ago
Quote: Emeline
Why would anyone want to admit to being so poor they can't buy new cloths for their kids.


I hardly think that's the case, it's just an interesting photo. Who in their right minds would keep a jumper for 27 yrs just in case they're poor when they're older.
       
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Rafaela 5 days ago
Wilson, this does not mean that they are poor, for example, all babies in the British royal family wear the same clothes for a given ceremony for more than a century. It is considered a tradition. Just like these people who take pictures of their children in the same clothes they wore. As for the question of poverty, probably, a "poor" person like you mentioned will not take a photo of this type, because the clothes they can acquire do not have the strength or quality to last this time.
       
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