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All of us at a point in life feel that if only we were a kid...... Unfortunately, that innocent adolescence is long lost in the mist of growing, puberty and especially money. Still, science has given us one of the most powerful tool-"CAMERA". We all take selfies and group pictures, but what we capture, is the moment.
Similarly, this Japanese photographer Kotori Kawashima tries to take us back in time with these adorable photos. These pictures are of a 4-year old girl, who lives in a rural Japanese village. He followed his friend’s 4-year-old daughter to Paris for such amazing moments. Kawashima released a whole book called “Mirai-Chan” featuring the rosy-cheeked girl in 2011.
So, come let us relive our childhood and kindergarten days with this girl's beautiful smile.
When we were a kid, our parents might have got our pictures clicked in a kimono or tea basket.... and we looked awesome!!
We got angry, we got ice cream. We got sad, we got ice cream. We were happy, we got an ice cream.... Even as a bribe we used to get ice cream.
Those beautiful sand castles, collecting shells and secretly wishing for a pearl to be hidden inside it.
Our dad did not buy those toys... We used to just sit down on street and cry till they got us one or left us behind for few minutes.
When we didn't know the concept of rainbows... They were so facinating and most difficult thing to capture in hand or a bottle.
Once said "NO".. Then we have to go visit that place, May we risk our lives.....still a peek to it used to become the aim of our life.
Ohhh those days!! wondering down the street, one day you want to be a pilot and other you want to a hair stylist. No worries, no pain ...just dreams
Every street dog or cat was your pet, and you loved them all.
Parents gave us chips, we loved it. They gave us pizza, we loved it. But, they gave us veggies... and we use to go cranky and crazy.
Your mother might be very busy, yet we went in the kitchen and disturbed her. Made funny faces, just to have her attention... but in end used to get thrown out of the kitchen as we might have broken something!!