Ghosts of war: Artist superimposes World War II photographs on to modern pictures of the same street scenes

Ghosts of war: Artist superimposes World War II photographs on to modern pictures of the same street scenes.

  • Images depict almost transparent soldiers racing through our streets as they look today
  • Fascinating series shows contrast between wartorn cities in the 1930s and 1940s and pleasant neighbourhoods now

New world: An American flag speaks of Allied progress in this engrossing image from the streets of France

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Husband to Sharon for 31 plus years. Dad to four. Grand Dad to five, four of them girls. Retired Navy. Sometime Mechanic, Railroader, Airplane Builder. Currently a Civilian Employee of the USAF at Edwards AFB. Survived Renal Cell Carcinoma. A walking contradiction, partly truth and partly fiction, Taking every wrong direction on his lonely way back home. Counted the stars on the 4th of July Wishing we were rockets bursting in the sky Talking about redemption and leaving things behind As the sun sinks west of the Mendocino county line
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One Response to Ghosts of war: Artist superimposes World War II photographs on to modern pictures of the same street scenes

  1. ORPO1 says:

    Reblogged this on The Lexicans.

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