This is how the heroes of the famous children’s pictures of Ann Geddes look today, and after all, 20 years have passed

For those who grew up in the 90s, the name Ann Geddes speaks volumes.

She is considered a legend in the world of children’s photography.

At the end of the 80s, it was Anne who introduced the fashion for pictures of babies in incredible images: costumes of bees and snails, cabbage leaves and flower cocoons.

Now the photographer has launched a new project called: “Kids, look at yourself!”.

She decided to show how the heroes of her pictures taken in the 90s have changed and grown up.

Are you wondering who a tiny butterfly or a sleeping bear turned into? Then look!

You may not know a photographer like Ann Geddes, but you’ve definitely seen her pictures.

In the 90s, her works decorated calendars, posters and advertising brochures.

Ann Gendes now works in New York.

She remained devoted to her favorite work and still shoots babies in original and unimaginable images.

In addition, the photographer launches educational and charity projects.

And also maintains a page on Instagram, where she posts her most striking works.

“Now Ben and Adam are 21 years old.”

“This little rabbit has turned into a beautiful 24-year-old girl who works as a barista at a local coffee shop.”

“I remember taking this picture in 1997. She was so tiny, and now I see an adult and accomplished woman.” Geddes writes.

“Emmy’s 6-month-old “chicken” has grown into a beautiful lady.” says Ann.

“In 1995, I photographed a 5-week-old baby in the image of a little fairy. Now Sophie is hardly a baby, she works as a policeman, loves adventures.”

The heroes of the children’s pictures themselves send Ann photos.

Therefore, the project can be attributed to indefinite.

After all, not all participants from those very childhood pictures know about its existence.

And if you imagine how many children the photographer has taken in 20 years, we can say with confidence that we will be touched by her works for a long time.

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