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Photographer Helps Kids With Health Conditions Live Dreams Through Pictures

Because he wanted to let all kids know that "anything is possible," photographer Shawn Van Daele created a photo series that has boys and girls living out their dreams in pictures. It's called The Drawing Hope Project.

Kids with health conditions such as cardiac problems or Down syndrome have submitted drawings to the Ontario, Canada-based photographer, who then turns their work into an imaginative and colorful photo that has the kids reaching for the stars as astronauts or kicking some serious ninja butt in a a dreamy forest.

"The Drawing Hope Project has brought me so much already; new friends, a growing family of incredibly strong people, and the awareness that life is so very, very fragile," Van Daele writes on his website.

Check out some of his photos:

Photos via Facebook/The Drawing Hope Project

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