Side-by-Side Photos That Blend Scenes from Around the World

After traveling through 40 countries in 2 years, Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger of How Far from Home decided to sift through their 14,000 photos and find similar shots from different parts of the world. Using these images, they created a series of beautiful “photo mashups,” or side-by-side images that blend together in beautiful ways.

The mashup above combines Tower Bridge in London (left) with Brooklyn Bridge in New York (right).

The goal was “to showcase how similar the world can actually appear,” the duo tells PetaPixel.

The Alps in Austria vs the Drakensberg in South Africa
Summertime in Iceland vs wintertime in Germany
Sunrise on Vancouver Island in Canada vs sunrise on Poros Island in Greece
Sydney flora in Australia vs Bali flora in Indonesia
Alberta in Canada vs Järpen in Sweden
Bryce Canyon in the USA vs The Dolomites in Italy
Banff National Park in Canada vs Tsitsikamma National Park in South Africa
Sossusvlei in Namibia vs Otago in New Zealand
Lake Tekapo in New Zealand vs Lake Wolfgang in Austria
Forests in Norway vs Forests in Japan
Architecture in Italy vs architecture in Germany

You can find more of the duo’s work on their website, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter.

Image credits: Photographs by How Far from Home and used with permission