Grandparents’ love for their grandchildren is incomparable. A very touching photo project called “Generations”

Yvette Ivens is a Lithuanian photographer based in the United States. It so happened that they and their children live away from their parents and only once a year are able to come to Lithuania to visit them. But every time her kids run into their grandparents’ house, it’s such a thrilling sight! Children completely forget the existence of their parents and spend all their time with them.

On one of these visits, Yvette decided to photograph a long-awaited meeting as a keepsake. They turned out to be so touching that she decided to create a whole series of such photographs and she called it “Generations”.

“They don’t try to pose or look better than they really are, no matter what they wear. Sometimes for photo shoots, mothers specially make up and do their hair, put on an elegant dress. These photos are also beautiful, but they don’t convey the sincerity of the moment,” said Yvette.

The photo project contains images for three months and this is Yvette’s favorite photo: her grandson sleeps hugging his grandfather.

“It was such a sincere and calm moment. I’m so happy to be next to my camera,” she says.

He is a redneck when he sees all the people, so he can tell him what he is doing.

Yvette is certain that grandparents will be able to give children something that parents won’t give and that you won’t find in any book.

“And although the kids are still small, I think they understand that intuitively.”

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