Moving Portraits Of Premature Babies And What They Have Become

Candadian photographer Red Méthot, has created this series of moving portraits of premature babies and what they have become. By photographing these children, holding a picture in their hands taken at the time of their birth, Méthot illustrates in a single image their strength and the road traveled by these people who often had a difficult journey in early life.

Félix, born at 24 weeks / Margot, born at 29 week

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Noah et Nathan, born at 32 weeks

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Charles, born at 26 weeks

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Andréanne, born at 32 weeks

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Thomas, born at 29 weeks

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Julie, born at 7 months, and her son Kevin, born at 34 weeks

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Juliette, born at 30 weeks

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Olivier, born at 31 weeks, his sister Ariane, born at 33 weeks and their brother Noah, born at 34 weeks

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Léonard, born at 35 weeks

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Margot, born at 29 weeks

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Thomas, born at 23 weeks

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Émile, born at 26 weeks

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Samuel, born at 36 weeks

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Lexiani, born at 25 weeks

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Samuel, born at 36 weeks, and his sister Alice, born at 27 weeks

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Noah, born at 32 weeks. His twin Victoria, on the left, who died after 1 month of life

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Zachary, born at 27 weeks

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