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These clever photos show how much people look like their parents

Photographer Bobby Neel Adams always thought he looked like his mother from nose down and his father from nose up. He explored this question — the ways people look like their parents — in a photo series called "Family Tree." Starting more than two decades ago, he used analog photography techniques, lining up two portraits torn down the middle and attaching them with rubber cement.
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