Photos-twins, made in different parts of the worldPictolic
Guys hiding under the nickname Howfarfromhome, travel around the world. They won over 40 countries and 14 thousand images. And now, examining the photos, they saw some similarities between natural landscapes, scenery and architecture of the places located in different parts of the earth. It came to the idea to illustrate these similarities, just combining two pictures. Looks fascinating.
Forest in Norway and the forest in Japan.
Banff national Park, Canada, and the national Park Tsitsikamma, South Africa.
Sydney, Australia, and Bali, Indonesia.
Tower bridge in London and Brooklyn bridge in new York.
The Alps in Austria and the Drakensberg mountains in South Africa.
Alberta, Canada, and Erpen, Sweden.
Sunrise on Vancouver island in Canada and on the island of Poros, Greece.
Summer in Iceland winter in Germany.
Sossusvlei, Namibia, and Otago, New Zealand.
Lake Tekapo in New Zealand and lake Wolfgang in Austria.
Italy and Germany.
Bryce Canyon in the United States and the Dolomites in Italy.