Rock Formations on the Road to Lee's Ferry, AZ: Mark Klett and Byron Wolf used digital photo processing to impose historical landscape photos onto modern photos that they shot from almost precisely the same spot. Both insets were shot by William Bell in 1872. Klett and Wolf shot the larger photo in 2008.
Rock Formations on the Road to Lee's Ferry, AZ: Mark Klett and Byron Wolf used digital photo processing to impose historical landscape photos onto modern photos that they shot from almost precisely the same spot. Both insets were shot by William Bell in 1872. Klett and Wolf shot the larger photo in 2008.
Rock Formations on the Road to Lee's Ferry, AZ: Mark Klett and Byron Wolf used digital photo processing to impose historical landscape photos onto modern photos that they shot from almost precisely the same spot. Both insets were shot by William Bell in 1872. Klett and Wolf shot the larger photo in 2008.

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