These are modern photographs of Washington superimposed on the photos from the past. Of course, all the places are the same as well as the angle of view.
Capitol Cornucopia, Washington, DC
These beautiful stop action photos were taken by photographer Jean-Yves Lemoigne. They are of a variety of interesting and surreal subjects.
These are some incredible light painting by artist and self proclaimed camera freak Trevor Williams. He uses a palette of custom tools and light painting devices that he made himself, Trevor creates amazing photographic art that has to be seen to be believed.
These amazing long exposure photos look like kaleidoscopes of light in a variety of colors. They are truly incredible.
These amazing sequential photos were taken by photographer Kim Taylor. He loves animals and his photos of insects, rodents, and birds in motion show a tremendous amount of detail. The special photographic technique of capturing everything from a squirrel’s tail flickering to a bird’s wing beating as they leap through the air, is known as locomotion.
The photographer Patrick Cariou spent and entire decade following a variety of Gypsies as they move throughout Europe. He took pictures of French, Slovakian, Romanian, Turkish, Iranian, Afghan and Indian gypsies. While most seem fairly poor, the French gypsies travel in style. The result of the photographer's work is shocking.
With Gypsies, Patrick retraces in reverse the migration of the Rom people (the Gypsies' own term for themselves) from Western to Eastern Europe, through the Middle East, and ultimately to India, the home of their ancestors. The original journey was an epic, thousand-year odyssey.
These are a set of pictures that merge past and present into one. These are thumbnail photos from long ago. They are modern day photos that are superimposed onto the exact same photo that was taken in older days. My, how times have changed…