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Since 2010, San Francisco photographer Shawn Clover has been working on a striking series of then and now composite photos of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Clover collected archival photos of the earthquake’s aftermath. He then replicated the photos himself, down to the location, camera position and focal length (to the best of his estimation). The resulting composite photos hauntingly combine stark images of the earthquake’s devastation with modern scenes of life in San Francisco.

Since 2010, San Francisco photographer Shawn Clover has been working on a striking series of then and now composite photos of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. Clover collected archival photos of the earthquake’s aftermath. He then replicated the photos himself, down to the location, camera position and focal length (to the best of his estimation). The resulting composite photos hauntingly combine stark images of the earthquake’s devastation with modern scenes of life in San Francisco.

© Foto de W. Eugene Smith. The Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946.    Em 1946, o fotógrafo norte-americano W. Eugene Smith (1918-1978) foi passear na floresta com seus dois filhos. “Enquanto seguia meus filhos, eles avistaram algumas árvores mais altas e ficaram encantados com a descoberta. De repente, Pat agarrou Juanita pela mão e correu para a frente."

© Foto de W. Eugene Smith. The Walk to Paradise Garden, 1946. Em 1946, o fotógrafo norte-americano W. Eugene Smith (1918-1978) foi passear na floresta com seus dois filhos. “Enquanto seguia meus filhos, eles avistaram algumas árvores mais altas e ficaram encantados com a descoberta. De repente, Pat agarrou Juanita pela mão e correu para a frente."

A blazing fire ripped through Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary & St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church in January 1951. Lasting two hours, the five-alarm blaze nearly destroyed the New York City landmark. But the church was rebuilt and is still standing today.

A blazing fire ripped through Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary & St. Stephen Roman Catholic Church in January 1951. Lasting two hours, the five-alarm blaze nearly destroyed the New York City landmark. But the church was rebuilt and is still standing today.

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