- A Canadian photographer has left Mzansi in awe after sharing some pretty captivating images of strangers who look alike
- Francois Brunell, the artist behind the portraits, is reportedly on a mission to photograph similar looking people that are not at all related
- Taking to the comments section, peeps were really stunned any many wanted to find their doppelgangers as well
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Canadian photographer Francois Brunell has left social media users in awe after some of his work went viral this week. The creative thinker decided to go on a search for people who look similar but had never met and was probably surprised to discover how many doppelgangers he'd find.
Heading online, a fan of the artist shared a few of his portraits:
While it's clear many of the people photographed are not identical, their resemblance is definitely undeniable and had social media users in awe.
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Many peeps were a little jelly and wanted the photographer to find their "stranger-twin" as well.
Check out some of the excited reactions below:
"This goes back to my belief that all genetic combinations have existed or will exist again. In other words, your genetic twin was here, is here, or will be here."
"I'm wondering how he does it. Could he be using a facial search engine?"
Conjoined twins separated after 10-hour surgery, parents grateful to doctors
In related news, Briefly News previously reported that a grateful American mum and her husband have come out to thank doctors and everyone involved in the successful surgery that saw their conjoined twins separated.
10-hours long surgery
Maggie Altobelli and her hubby Dom took time to shower praises on people who spent 10 hours working on the ''miracle''.
People.com had earlier reported that conjoined twins Addison and Lilianna Altobelli were successfully separated on October 13 2021, after a 10-hour surgery.
Briefly News has learnt the conjoined twins were finally discharged from the hospital following the surgery after spending about a year in intensive care following their arrival.
The conjoined twins are now back at home in Chicago with their parents.
According to Today.com, Maggie who was 20-weeks pregnant and her hubby learned at an ultrasound appointment that not only were they expecting twins, but also the siblings were connected at the abdomen.
Source: Briefly News