Check Out Adoring PHOT OF SOME IDENTICAL TWINS TAKING BY PHOTGRAHER.

There is not doubt identical twins are not easy to identify, until recent when parents start to use different mode to identify them. Below photos talk more on it.Slide 1 of 21: Six-year-old twins Grace and Sophia, photographed by Peter Zelewski. Grace is older by one minute and says: 'We may look the same, but we have different feelings. Our favourite quote is by Walt Disney, who said, "If you can dream it, you can do it"'Slide 2 of 21: Hermon and Heroda, 35-year-old twins. Hermon, who is one minute older than her sister, said: 'We were born in Eritrea and moved to London when we were seven years old to seek medical help after we both became deaf at the same time. Our disability has brought us closer together; we have an unbreakable, special bond that unites the two of us'Slide 3 of 21: Alan and Gary are 37 years old, Alan older by 20 minutes. They said: 'We argue over the stupidest things. Last week Gary ordered the wrong pizza: It was supposed to have tomato sauce on it and he ordered garlic sauce. Who orders garlic sauce on pizza?! I went mad and we didn't speak for two days'Slide 4 of 21: Twins Lilibet and Litiana pictured by Peter Zelewski, a London-based photographer whose striking portraits often capture intimate details that most might overlook at first glance. His upcoming book Twins, is published by Hoxton Mini PressSlide 5 of 21: Wendy and Gaye pose for London-based photographer Peter Zelewski. Each of Zelewski's portraits is accompanied by the twins' own words, offering a unique perspective on what it's like to grow up with someone identical to themselvesSlide 6 of 21: Elson and Elton are 18 years old, Elson older by five minutes. He said: 'I first knew I was gay when I was 13. It was a scary feeling, but I felt so much better when I talked about it with Elton, who told me he was bisexual. It was a revelation. We both came out to our parents a few years later, who have been nothing but supportive'Slide 7 of 21: Violeta and Irina, 25, photographed in Regents Park, London, in March 2018. Photographer Peter Zelewski has spent the last couple of years exploring the special world of identical twins, questioning not only the incredible bond between them, but also what makes them different from each other as their unique personalities shine throughSlide 8 of 21: Devontay and Dijon, 23, photographed in London, March 2018. Photographer Peter Zelewski has a passion for street portraiture, and chooses to capture his subjects outdoors in natural light. He captures identical twins from different ages, backgrounds and gender, all found in the diverse and cosmopolitan city of London where he has lived since the 1980sSlide 9 of 21: Delilah and Tullulah, 13, photographed in London, January 2018. Zelewski's photos capture twins of a range of ages, races and backgrounds. In each, the difference in posture, expression and intention reveals something of each twin's individual identity, even when they are dressed sameSlide 10 of 21: Toby and Bill, 14, London, September 2017 photographed by Peter Zelewski, a London-based photographer whose striking portraits often capture intimate details that most might overlook at first glance. His upcoming book Twins, is published by Hoxton Mini Press

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