40 Years Ago a Photographer Captured Random People, and Now He Tracked Them Down to Make a Historical Reunion
Chris Porsz, a paramedic by profession, spent his free time in the ’70s and ’80s on the streets of Peterborough, England, taking candid shots of people passing by. Decades later, he had the clever idea of tracking these strangers down and capturing them in a similar way. This unique project is called Reunions II, the long-awaited sequel to the work he created 10 years ago.
Bright Side decided to share some photos with you from Chris’s collection. Reunions II proves that some things never change, no matter how much time passes.
Toni and Teresa (1985 and 2021)
Muhammad and Abdul (1980 and 2021)
Andy (1981 and 2020)
Chris and Lesley (1973 and 2021)
From the left: Karen, Maggie, Anita, and Jane (1983 and 2020)
Alli (1983 and 2021)
Genesio and Zahida (1980 and 2021)
Mark and Matt (1980 and 2021)
Bernard (1981 and 2021)
From the left: Amanda, Pamela, Lisa, Carmelina, and Karen (1980 and 2021)
Colin and Richard (1987 and 2021)
Gloria, “The Lollipop Lady” (1984 and 2020)
From the left: Romell, Ryan, and Stephen (1982 and 2021)
Joe (1984 and 2020)
Mohammed (1982 and 2021)
Howard and Sharon (1981 and 2020)
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