The transformation of  photography over the past two decades is amazing. It’s hard to believe that less than 20 years ago–in the early 2000s–photographs were primarily a physical piece of paper. People preserved them with a lot of care because they could get damaged or ruined by water, mishandling or even prolonged exposure to light.

With the introduction of cameras on smartphones, this restriction has been lifted. We now have the freedom to snap a picture (or even take a video) of whatever our heart desires. The number of photographs in the world has multiplied unimaginably–there are literally trillions and trillions of them. But most of these images are less than a decade old.

Well here’s a family that, luckily for them, had the foresight to start a tradition back in the paper photograph days that they were able to carry forward into the digital world with amazing results. Three brothers that were also triplets–Benni, Basti, and Florian Füger–decided to embark on an innovative journey by taking an image of themselves every year till the age of 34.

The triplets look very much alike at the beginning but watch the video till the end to see the remarkable uniqueness that follows them over the years. This is a fun journey through time. Watch the full video below and please leave us a Facebook comment to let us know what you thought!

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