It started in 1975, when a photography professor at the Massachusetts College of Art, Nick Nixon decided to take a picture of his wife, Bebe with her 4 sisters.
It was decided that they would make a remarkable memory the form of a same pose picture, which they would take every year, regardless their country of residence and they gave on their promise. From when the youngest was 15 and the eldest 25, they started taking same picture till they were 55 till 65, respectively.
Laurie, Heather, Bebe and Mimi, the youngest to the oldest, all decided they every year they would take the picture in same pose and that Nixon would print it.
Later in the year 2011, Nixon name his project ”The Brown Sisters” and reveled it to the world.
Here are the pictures for you to see and witness the transformation of 4 sisters over the course of 40 years.
The four sisters are 15, 21, 23 and 25.