A lot of people believe that technology is for the younger generation, but most probably no one ever informed that to Kimiko Nishimoto.
The 89-year-old Japanese grandma has been clicking and editing her pictures for almost 17 years now, and as you would see below, she is probably unique in her ways.
It's true that talent knows no age, and it could come out of you in different ways. When Kimiko was 72 years old, she enrolled in a basic photography class that her son had started. It was the day when the artist inside her was awakened for the first time. Ten years later, she went on to have her solo exhibition that featured her love for quirky and self-portraits.
We understand she is wet because it's a rainy day, but that's not the way to soak yourself.
If this grandmother could manage to get her YouTube channel, we bet she's going to do wonders.
I just realized that Kimiko Nishimoto, the 89 years old grandma's life is more interesting than mine.
At the age of 89, I have only seen people taking medicines, getting operated for diseases or being bed-ridden. She is unbelievable.
Who drank all of your beer? I guess it's this grandma, right here.
This is brilliant, look at the energy that's coming from her fist though. Impeccable.
By the way, if not Grandma, then the driver of this bus must've felt the heart attack.
The Grandma has tried almost all the things in the world she could think of, and it is amazing.
This one goes for all of us. How many of you have done that?
Well, if she were my Grandma, I'd keep recycling her for younger generations to see.
I had only heard that as people get older (older like her), they start to regress back to infancy, and she's the living proof.
Well, if you don't like the way she drives; you need to stay away from her.
Did you find her hilarious enough? This granny deserves your comment!
NOTE: All the pictures inside the story have been taken from Kimiko Nishimoto's Facebook page.
That's all, folks!