(CBS News) In 2006, photographer Noah Kalina posted a video on YouTube showing a picture of himself taken every single day for six years that went viral. Now, an additional six years since that original video came out, he has posted a brand-new one that advances the original work. Check out the progression of the photo-a-day project that is now over 12.5 years in the making.
This latest installment in the series was posted by Noah Kalina today and shows a dedication to the ongoing idea of age and change through the lens of the Internet. Or something like that. Either way, a very cool and welcome new addition to the video that sparked a sensation six years ago. For reference purposes, I'm including the original viral video from 2006 below. And to check out more work by photographer Noah Kalina, you can visit his website by clicking here.
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