Holy shit, it is unbelivable how it didn't changed can it be really? EDIT: i will be just saying, lots of places in Germany are very well preserved from the earlier days of course it survived the pugilative war until 1945 ...
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- Holy shit, it's unbelivable how it didn't changed
- Is it really? EDIT: I am just saying, lots of places in Germany are well preserved from earlier times and if it survived the war until 1945 with Americans actually moving through it why would it be bombed later?
- Its not the war that I'm amazed the buildings survived, its the decades after.
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- Reminds me of a bunch of towns in the Rhineland tbh.
- This is absolutely chilling. Whoever is responsible for this, thank you.
- Remember to upvote him! ;>
- Which city?
- A little too late and a bit off-topic, but would you (or anybody else) perhaps know, if there is a subreddit for things like that? Historic places or historical photos - and how they look now in the present? This is so amazing!
- Bit late to the show, but there's /r/pastandpresentpics , they sometimes do street scenes, though mostly they're portraits.
- Very nicely done with the colorizing! Here is the meshing of the colored photo I did along with the modern day pic that /u/Mugros took.
- That's awesome
- Thanks! My first attempt at doing such a thing (well, second stab at this photo), so still working out the kinks. Wish I could have made the fade effect smoother, as it took some work. If you look close at the tank it looks like of weird on the edges.
- Better than I could have done
- Thanks! I hope to find some other ones to do and improve at it.
- I tried to start colorizing old photos and discovered I didn't have the patience. Best of luck, though! Read more comments