Each of the transitions above capture 100 years of change. The effects of two World Wars that left some areas untouched and others unrecognizable. It’s a fascinating, two minute and forty-five second journey from past to present.
Video: Historic WWI Photographs of 1914 Antwerp Fade Into Their 2014 Equivalents
- Published on May 31, 2014 by DL Cade
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