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For most people photo throwbacks to their adolescent youth is a harrowing experience.
Not so for Hugo Cornellier, who took a photo of himself every day (give or take 100 days) for eight and a half years in order to document his development.
Starting at the age of twelve, he chronicled not only his physical development, but also bookmarked important events in his life – his first girlfriend, prom, and his first day in college.
The original YouTube video showing the changes over the years has amassed over two and a half million views.
The Canadian even got a shout out from YouTube on Twitter:
In a Q&A session on YouTube, he said he plans to continue taking pictures every day.
Here's the full video:
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