If you liked the WWII Photos Superimposed on to Modern Street Scenes, we have some more! As part of the 2004 History Channel ad campaign, titled ‘Know Where You Stand’, photographer Seth Taras blends together past and present into interesting photos.

Seth’s photo manipulations give an amazing opportunity to get a better grasp of what life was like at the spot, which is now a famous sightseeing object for tourists or just an everyday route to work for locals. Soldiers, rushing at the Normandy beach in black and white photos go past colored modern family picking shells, and Hitler poses in front of the Eiffel Tower where two young students lay around reading newspapers – these are the contrasts that those places have seen in time.

A self-taught American photographer Seth is one of Luerzer’s Archives 200 Best Photographers Worldwide. ‘Know Where You Stand‘ campaign won him a Cannes Lion and was translated into 30 languages and published in 130 countries.

Be sure to visit his website for more cool photos!

Website: sethtaras.wordpress.com via: petapixel

Lakehurst, New Jersey, USA 1937/2004

Saint-Laurent-sur-Mec, Normandy, France 1944/2004

The terrace of the Palais de Chaillot, Paris, 1940/2004

On the Strasse des siebzehnten Juni, Berlin 1989/2004

Also, check out the Ghosts of War photo series for more!