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History breaking through [updated] • 31 July 2010 • The SnowBlog

History breaking through [updated]


Supposedly a picture is worth approx 1k words. That may or may not be an accurate assessment, but I can vouch for the fact that the right picture can trigger a whole cartload of ideas - a whole screenplay of them in fact. When I look at these I can imagine them as stills from a cool sci-fi film - one I'd like to see, if it existed. Take a look. It's modern colour photographs of iconic locations with photoshopped portals opened into dramatic, B&W moments from the past. [source] 
Thanks to commenter Haarlson below. Here is one of his shots of the stirring public photo project in Barcelona he mentions. Go here for more of his photos. Haarlson1.jpg


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