A photographer has created a set of photos that will really get you feeling nostalgic.
Pablo Iglesias Maurer spent weeks documenting old 1960s American holiday hotspots for his collection, Abandoned States.
Each set of pictures shows vacation lodges in the Pocono and Catskill mountains as they appeared in the 1960s, compared with what remains today.
Pablo got the idea when he found a matchbox on a desk while exploring the remains of the Penn Hills Resort in the Poconos.
The matchbox had a picture of the resort in all its former glory on the front, so Pablo decided to take a snap of the abandoned lodge – and then made it into a project.
He ordered some 1960s postcards off eBay and spent weeks travelling the area to match up the scenes with their modern-day reality.
And the results are incredible.
Pablo wrote on dcist.com: “Time is a sink hole.
“Photos of abandonment tend to be a bit stylized, painting decay with a nostalgic brush.
“The postcards, too, have their own haze—the places were never as nice as they look
“I often struggle to get the two images to line up, as well.
“But time blurs the difference, and brings everything into focus.”
Take a look at his incredible transformation photos below.
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