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The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

Pics | 10 May, 2011 | Views: 34340 |  +98   |  

The Brown Sister project is a a very interesting but also sad project. Nicholas Nixon took a picture of four sisters, Heather, Mimi, Bebe and Laurie, every year since 1975. Here is the whole set of photos.

1975

1 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1976


2 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1977


3 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1978


4 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1979


5 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1980




6 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1981


7 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1982


8 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

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9 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1984


10 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1985


11 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1986


12 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1987


13 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1988


14 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1989


15 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1990


16 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1991


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20 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1995


21 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

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22 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

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23 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

1998


24 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

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25 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

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28 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

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30 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

2005


31 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

2006


32 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

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33 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

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34 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)

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35 The Brown Sisters Project (35 pics)


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№1 Author: 2fuzzy (10 May 2011 01:26) Total user comments: 10400


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Very cool project.
№2 Author: compmaster (10 May 2011 01:42) Total user comments: 1870


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№3 Author: TheIronSea (10 May 2011 01:43) Total user comments: 906


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BELLISIMO!!!, espectacular, muy muy buen proyecto, no me doy cuenta desde cuando empiezan a cambiar tanto, y pensar que eso nos pasa a cada uno de nosotros! Me encanta! 01
№4 Author: DocMcCoy (10 May 2011 01:54) Total user comments: 6039


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Crack a smile one of these year why dontcha. 10
№5 Author: Jimmy Johnson (10 May 2011 04:00) Total user comments: 5518


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I'm gonna take a wild stab at it and say menopause kicked in around 1998.
№6 Author: mortex (10 May 2011 04:23) Total user comments: 735


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What's sad about this? People age, end of story. Get over it. When they say "sad", I was expecting one or more to be missing.
№7 Author: adibuu (10 May 2011 04:49) Total user comments: 48


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a lot of patience
№8 Author: Patty (10 May 2011 05:12) Total user comments: 1766


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Not sure why this is sad...we all get old. I guess with these sisters, smiling would've hurt.
№9 Author: capt.huffnpuff (10 May 2011 05:24) Total user comments: 2650


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Still handsome women after 35 years. 01
№10 Author: FrankieJ (10 May 2011 06:06) Total user comments: 167


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They didn't strike me to be a terribly happy bunch...still a pretty neat project.
№11 Author: MrMaj81 (10 May 2011 06:07) Total user comments: 774


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№12 Author: Ty Webb (10 May 2011 07:18) Total user comments: 6156


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sad??? i was expecting them to die off, lose hair from kemo etc etc etc ... they look perfectly normal this is not sad...it is.....it is uhmmm.......well it is just s series of pics showing how we age over time....I say EPIC FAIL for the simple reason that I fail to see any sadness.
№13 Author: Lord Dodo (10 May 2011 08:54) Total user comments: 2064


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TheIronSea, please start writing english, this is an international community and everyone here understands english, while just a few users understand spanish (or portuguese or whatever the hell your language is) 46
№14 Author: deleted (10 May 2011 10:44) Total user comments: 56


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Lord Dodo is right... dude (TheIronSea), learn some English, don't post, or gtfo... or in the worst case, write in your language if you write back to someone that understands you (meaning with an @user in the header) so I don't have to try to understand whatever you are writing. it's not the first time you do it, in fact, I guess you never posted in English, ever... you're like those who" comment" only with emoticons...
№15 Author: Inocentino01 (10 May 2011 10:46) Total user comments: 278


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sweet 01
№16 Author: Gyselinck (10 May 2011 11:10) Total user comments: 2957


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when i begin to see this project and you say it's a "sad project" i was sure to see only 3 or 2 sisters at the end... because the other where in an another world... 02

but it's ok it's not so sad ! 01
№17 Author: heybaberiba (10 May 2011 11:10) Total user comments: 23


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Why is it "sad"?
№18 Author: Folant (10 May 2011 12:47) Total user comments: 349


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yeah, it is sad to get old, but that's what life is isn't it
№19 Author: pangpire (10 May 2011 12:56) Total user comments: 108


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lets not focus on the "sad" part on the title. instead lets focus on the cool project everyone should be doing to show their kids how much they change over time
№20 Author: salsapopo (10 May 2011 13:18) Total user comments: 12719


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№21 Author: thesoulshaker (10 May 2011 13:27) Total user comments: 1384


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mortex,
same here

№22 Author: joe_smoothee (10 May 2011 14:22) Total user comments: 363


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second in from the left was a hotty and remained so for years, thats wifey right there
№23 Author: cherrygarcia14 (10 May 2011 16:09) Total user comments: 2278


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not sad at all, perfectly normal
№24 Author: elunicotomas (10 May 2011 16:09) Total user comments: 1680


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y lo triste?

mortex,

the same.... was hoping 3ppl on the last picture or so

expecting i meant
№25 Author: cherrygarcia14 (10 May 2011 16:10) Total user comments: 2278


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very cool project though 04

not sad at all, perfectyl normal
№26 Author: Naphia (10 May 2011 16:51) Total user comments: 1071


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Sad? I don't know why. We all get old. That's a natural process. Well, they didn't seem to be very happy, but also not depressed. The description made me assume that something sad happened to the (e.g. one got seriously ill.) 51

But it is a very interesting project for sure. 05
№27 Author: Lu (10 May 2011 17:49) Total user comments: 14706


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The 'boyish' face of one of them made me think that the sad thing would be that she made a sex chance. Got her brain intact though. Nice.
№28 Author: Barron Keisel (10 May 2011 17:55) Total user comments: 230


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Life's longest queue is the one at the graveyard gates sad as it is but true
№29 Author: Jinxaruny (10 May 2011 18:25) Total user comments: 10324


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Very interesting! 04
№30 Author: Pilgrim (10 May 2011 20:09) Total user comments: 2288


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This made me sad..
№31 Author: Benmarvin (10 May 2011 22:59) Total user comments: 30


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Why do they look like men?
№32 Author: raymond.wendt (11 May 2011 03:32) Total user comments: 9111


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pretty amazing. There seemed to really be a breaking point there like JJ said. Glad I'll never get old :)
№33 Author: NooFoo (11 May 2011 07:54) Total user comments: 787


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sheesh, shut up about it already! not sad! great!!
№34 Author: mahedi (15 May 2011 17:47) Total user comments: 10736


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Cool project
№35 Author: Dust (15 May 2011 17:52) Total user comments: 235


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At least they're still together, and that is nice.
№36 Author: Enchanted and annoyed. (19 Oct 2014 19:07) Total user comments: 0


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I find nothing sad about the project. In fact, I find it very beautiful. I love the psychological study of the pictures that says in the first picture, the women want to show independence, but as time goes on, interdependence matters more. It's a touching and wonderful display.

To those that find someone writing in another language offensive, English isn't the only language in the world. Speak in any language you choose. People can have opinions and get moved in any language. Why so hostile? Bulletin: Some people are bilingual, trilingual, polyglots. Big surprise! Broaden your scope.
№37 Author: Anna27 (17 Nov 2014 21:24) Total user comments: 1


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I believe that it's not the aging process some are referring to. If a picture could paint a thousand words, what would these photos tell? Barely a smile in most and frankly, I find them scary to look at. Each photo makes me feel like they are angry at the world. And don't get me started on the 2005 and 2006 photos. "Sisters, sisters.....There were never such devoted sisters.
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