Photographer Edits Himself Into His Childhood Photos

Who would love to hang out with their younger selves?

Possible timeline implications aside, it would be great to have a chance to sit down with a younger or older you, talking about how life has been so far and asking each other questions about how each other is doing.

Until time travel is invented, we can only hope.

Or, at least, that’s what we think, because one Montreal-based photographer seems to have already figured it all out.

Inserting himself into his childhood photos, which were taken anywhere between 1997 to 2005, Conor Nickerson successfully creates the illusion that he’s hanging out with his own younger self through a series of photos.

It’s a clever application of one man’s talent and ingenuity that definitely deserves to be applauded.

Scroll down below to see his works live in action.

Click here for more of Conor Nickerson’s “childhood” project.