13 years of history in a single panorama

The upcoming event at the WWP is named “history”. As I’m a regular contributor I also wanted to contribute for this event.

After a discussion with a friend of mine I decided to realize an idea which took shape in my mind quite some time ago. I wanted to integrate a picture which shows a historic point in time in a panorama which shows the actual scenery.

Here is the panorama of the actual scenery.

And this is the historic image I wanted to integrate.

Construction of MAIN TOWER. This image was taken 13 years ago on a black and white film.
Construction of MAIN TOWER. This image was taken 13 years ago on a black and white film.

The combined panorama is hosted at the history event of the the world wide panorama.

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