We created our Windows Into The Past photograph series to show how things have changed in Ironbridge Gorge near Telford in Shropshire.
And how little they have changed.
The Ironbridge Gorge Musem Trust kindly allowed us to look through their collection of photographs going back more than 100 years.
We selected old photographs of well known features and places in the gorge and held them up in the current location.
Then we took another picture to show how present and past merge – creating an eye-catching window into the past.
It’s an example, we believe, of modern photography and graphic design techniques giving us a new perspective on our heritage.
The images have been put on display by the Ironbridge Gorge Museum – and many people have commented about how captivating they are.
That has a lot to do with Ironbridge Gorge itself.
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