Family Tree by Bobby Neel Adams

In his art series Family Tree, photographer Bobby Neel Adams take portraits of family members (father/son, mother/daughter and so on) tear them down the middle and gluing them back together (no photoshop manipulation is involved).

The result reveals a fascinating "visual DNA" or facial similarities between the two generations of people.

Link - via andrewsullivan

From the Upcoming ueue, submitted by Minnesotastan.

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That's pretty neat.
Wouldn't be able to do that with myself, brother or our parents. Father is white, mother is korean, and my brother and I look like neither one of them lol.
I do look like my aunt on my father's side when she was young though.
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