“I took the photo while they were playing on the bed, and in it I noticed they had such a strong resemblance to each other, like they were twins.”
"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."
"Barely Different" is a series Anna Christine Larson, photographer and mother, started two years ago. Larson has three children, two biological ones and one adopted from Ethiopia five years ago. When she started the series, her two daughters Semenesh and Haven were 3.5 and 1.5 years old (via).
"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."
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