Kate T. Parker Captures Her Daughters in Adolescence

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: • References: katetparkerphotography & mymodernmet
Kate T. Parker is a professional photographer whose captured her two children beautifully in the early stages of life. A monochromatic, black-and-white tone was used for the photos, giving them an aged and slightly grainy look.

The subjects are captured in numerous settings, with the theme of youthful emotion running through each picture. Some of the best ones are when the two sisters are seen playing with each other, with the two of them on skates or spraying one another endlessly with the water hose. These interactions are so simplistic, yet such a part of growing up. Learning how to get along with your sibling, swimming for the first time and feeling the snow on your face are all captured beautifully in this series by Kate T. Parker. These images will surely provide the perfect bits of memorabilia for the girls as they grow up. Stats for Monochromatic Growing Pain Pictures Trending: This Year & Warm
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