Moving Through Time – “Take 4”

I have put together age progression photos of three sets of our grandparents.  Click here, here and here to see them.

Creating age progression photos of our fourth set of grandparents presented more of a challenge.

I have no pictures of my grandmother as a child, but she lived until the age of 90.  Here is Dora, in some color, and then black and white:

d1 (2)

d2a (2)

I do have childhood pictures of my grandfather, but he died at age 57, so pictures stop before then.

Peter Clemons Simon

Peter Clemons Simon BW

I have about the  same number of good pictures of them to work with, but they don’t align in age.  Still, it was nice to put them together.

Dora and Pete Simon C (2)

It does make more sense when the pictures are aligned in age.

Dora and Pete Simon aligned C (2)

Here are Pete and Dora together.

pds

This shows all of the pictures in one grouping.

dp1

Here it is framed, in black and white.

Dora and Pete together (3)

Thanks for looking!

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About Climbing Downhill

Wife and mother of grown kids, in my 50's and dealing with MS, making life's moments count and trying to offer something of value to others along the way. https://climbingdownhill.wordpress.com
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6 Responses to Moving Through Time – “Take 4”

  1. JoAnne says:

    Really great Kerri!

  2. Welshjo says:

    Really great….had to take many many hours to put together

    Sent from my iPhone

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  3. Barb Dintelman says:

    I so envy the results of your hard work in putting together all of the grandparents… They are so wonderful and those of us who loved them really appreciate your many hours of gathering information and pictures…..Thanks sooooo much… am planning to give those collages as gifts to my children just as soon as I can get them to a reprint place…..
    Love ya, Barb

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