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These Two Inseparable Sisters Show Love Knows No Bounds

Anna Larson, a photographer, shows how unconditional love can bon people who would otherwise never have met. The series, called Barely Different, is the work of mother Anna. She is a mother of three –the difference being that one is adopted, and of African origin. Yet the beautiful love shown by her daughters also shows something more beautiful; the innocence of childhood and the power of love to cross boundaries of all kinds. This is the point of the photography series, which has grown organically from a mother’s photos of her two children who play together. Here is what Anna has to say about the work: “When we grow beside another, our similarities bloom. It’s not skin that makes us different, or that causes separation and distance…no, it’s lack of unity. “Two souls birthed on the opposite sides of the world, were brought close through adoption, and their bond is great because of unity. It’s opened my eyes to the potential we have to love and accept one another as brothers and sisters, just as they do.”

More Info: Ann Larson’s website, Facebook, Flickr and Instagram

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

barely different sisters photography

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