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Photographer Shows Us The Differences In Identical Twins

There has always been something fascinating about twins. Beyond the physical resemblance, there is a specific dynamic with each sibling. Twins can express their alikeness in gestures, words, in a symbiosis between two individuals. Some twins even develop a language of their own. It is a visceral connection that is virtually impossible to conceive for all of us who have not experienced uterine colocation (shared womb).

As a non-twin, photographer Peter Zelewskia has always been attracted by the subject of twins and the strong bonds that unite them. He who is used to taking portraits of strangers in the street falls on two sisters, Kira and Taya. This was the beginning of his project called "Alike But Not Alike". He produced a series of striking portraits of twins of all ages, ethnicities and sexes over a period of two years. In this project, he explores the similarities, the differences and the relationship that unite his models.

By his own admission, the more the photographer immortalizes different twins, the more he notices their individual traits. By the personality, the posture, the expression and all these small subtle dis-similarities, each twin feels their respective presence, in a photo where we end up seeing two individuals more than an inseparable pair.

 

Joe & Duke

 

Hermon & Heroda

 

Delialah & Tullulah

 

Chloe & Leah

 

Reggie & Mickie

 

Aveah & Anaiah

 

Yasmin & Leylah

 

Irene and Sharon

 

Orla & Clara

 

Ronja & Vår

 

Tomo & Lorenzo

 

Devontay & Dijon

 

Kira & Taya

 

Cristian & George

 

Katerina & Maria

 

Violetta & Irina

 

Callum & Max

 

Bill & Tom

 

Chè & Léonie

 

Katherine & Claire

 

Clinton & Lee

 

Julia & Sophie

 

Karim & Amine

 

Polly & Sophie

 

Jerome & Joel

 

Sharmeena & Ridhwana

 

Rebecca & Edwina


 

04 Apr 2018 by Elias Khatal

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