Whether by human contact or natural causes, the world is always changing, but we are not always aware of it until we compare 2 photos. The physical change that goes through every place leaves a story behind that wants to be told.
We have created a before and after collection so you can see how even the smallest change can make a big difference over time.
Chichen Itza in Mexico in 1892 and now
Mount St. Helens the day before the eruption in 1980 and the day after
The Bamiyan Buddha in Afghanistan, in 1963 and after its destruction in 2008
Des Moines, Iowa in 1868 and now
Hong Kong in the 1960s and now
Brazilian government headquarters during construction in 1959 and now
Hammerfest City, Finnmark, Norway between 1890 — 1900 and now
Old Kent Road, Southwark, London in 1885 and now
The stone bridge in Skopje, North Macedonia in 1876-1900 and now
Sava River mounting in the Danube, Belgrade around 1925 and today
Sungnyemun Gate in Seoul, South Korea in 1904 and now
Shepard Glacier, the USA in 1913 and 2005
How much of your city has changed, Maybe you have images to share with us? What change was the most surprising in our collection?