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Guy Uses Photographs To Follow In The Footsteps Of His Grandparents

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Armed with his grandfather’s travel photographs, and his grandmother’s journals this man spent four years traveling across the United States following in their footsteps. He followed their footsteps right to some of America’s most stunning national parks and he took photos along the way so that he could share his journey with the rest of the world.

More info: Past Present Project

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