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Historical photos superimposed on the same locations currently [4 pictures]

April 4, 2013 | By Abraham | 17 comments

A 2010 campaign for The History Channel by photographer Seth Taras

Normandy, 1944/2004

Lakehurst, New Jersey, 1937/2004

Berlin Wall, 1989/2004

Eiffel Tower, 1940/2004

(via PetaPixel)

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17 Comments

  1. Chris says:

    These are amazing. I recently saw a similar set of photos from the opposite viewpoint: Past photos of grandeur against current photos of decay (Detroit, Iran, etc).

    Photography like this is truly incredible.

  2. Bec says:

    Very interesting.

    I actually took the Eiffel Tower picture as a shift in consciousness. Hate is dead overtaken by love and peace which is very much alive.

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