Chicks and birds: How babies look now from famous photos of the 90sPictolic
Kids can be touched to infinity. Cute photos of babies have been admired at all times, because the sincere children's happiness in the frame does not leave anyone indifferent.
Photographer Anne Geddes became famous for her emotional pictures of babies, who in the 90s decorated postcards, calendars and stood on screensavers on computer desktops. There is a whole story behind each photo, and the Australian remembers each of them. See how her little models look now, in our material.
No one can resist the mimicry of babies. Photographer from Australia Ann Geddes became famous in the 90s, making artistic pictures of newborns in beautiful outfits on different topics. In those years, it was a completely new direction, and people were fascinated by her work. Years have passed, and the world has changed. Photography has stepped far ahead, as well as other technologies. But the pictures, memories and cute babies are touching in the same way as they were many years ago.
In honor of her many years of creativity and the children who participated in the photo shoots, Ann started a new project called "Baby, look At yourself now!" ("Baby, Look At You Now!"). She shows the most famous photos of the 90s, and next to each of them places portraits of adult models. This is what these babies look like now.
Charming triplets are comfortably placed on the men's palms. This frame has become one of the photographer's favorites. It was quite difficult to catch the moment for the little ones to fall asleep at the same time, but Ann Geddes managed it. The sisters became real beauties and signed a contract with a modeling agency in New Zealand.
The photographer put the newborn triplets in green buckets and called the picture "Pool Party". Many people thought that she photographed the same baby three times, and then connected the frames — the children were so similar. The beautiful sisters graduated from university in New Zealand and moved to Florida to work at Disneyland.
Two-week-old baby Zach appeared in a photo series on the theme of butterflies, which was later printed in the calendar of 1998. The stylish guy remained the same handsome, but grew to 1.95 m. He now lives in Melbourne and works in a restaurant.
The baby was only seven days old when she participated in a photo shoot. The photographer could not stop admiring the delicate hairs of the newborn. During the shooting, the baby managed to wet the knees of the assistant who was holding her. Today, Amy travels a lot and works in New Zealand as a nurse in a nursing home. The girl is studying and preparing to become a nurse.
A small "Wet Sparrow" appeared in the first photo book by Ann Geddes called" Down in the Garden "("Down in the Garden"). Tila was six months old then, and it was impossible to see enough of her in a luxurious bird costume. Growing up, the girl became a participant of the Olympic Games in Rio as part of the New Zealand national rugby team.
One of the first babies "planted" in a flower pot, Emma has now become a happy mother of her little copy. Her little daughter Aliya looks exactly like her in the photo of the 90s. Emma's grandparents have been collecting calendars and postcards all this time, on which she is depicted in a pot with strawberries.
A wrinkled forehead, a toothless mouth, furrowed eyebrows or, conversely, a joyful smile, the absence of hair or their rare presence. All of the above can be characteristic signs not only of the elderly, but also vice versa — the youngest.
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