Elderly Couple Took The Same Photo Every Season but Nothing Could Prepare me For The Last One

Elderly Couple Took The Same Photo Every Season but Nothing Could Prepare me For The Last One

Elderly Couple Took The Same Photo Every Season but Nothing Could Prepare me For The Last One



Elderly Couple Took The Same Photo Every Season but Nothing Could Prepare me For The Last One

The saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” for a reason. Explaining how we feel is one way of getting a message across. Another is simply showing each other how we feel.

During each season, this couple took a photo together in front of their house. In the resulting series of images below, without saying anything at all, a love story is being told. It’s full of hope, joy, fear and loss, but it’s told in the most unique way. You’ll see what we mean – and then you’ll be moved by it.

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And then this. :’(

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Nothing has to be said for us to know what that man is probably feeling in the last photograph. A thousand words indeed. Share this moving wordless story with others.

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Comments

  1. says

    12 pictures. No words. Insanely better love story than Twilight. In all seriousness, however…damn. I defy anyone not to have some kind of emotional response to this. And if you don't, you're not human.

  2. Cormac Dubh Mac Tíre says

    So, this is your first encounter with mortality, I'm guessing?
    It's in the marriage vows: "till death do us part". It'd be remarkable if they happened to die at the same time.

  3. Jeff Mace says

    Profound…with all the changing seasons, the different crops coming and going. Quite a fitting homage. I don't think he's sad, though mourning is natural. He seems to have a very firm grasp on what it means to live.

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