A Guy Re-made Photos of His Deceased Wife with His Daughter – Design You Trust

A Guy Re-made Photos of His Deceased Wife with His Daughter


30-year-old Rafael Del Col lost his wife Tatiana in a car accident in 2013. A woman left a loving husband and daughter Raisa. Rafael is a single father and in the meantime he describes it all on his special blog “Diary of Raisinha”. Between the posts the man also adds pictures on which he recreates the photo shoot he had with his wife a year before the wedding. Here are those photos.


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