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These stunning works seamlessly merge the past and present of city life into a single image. Fading from black and white archival pictures into vibrant color and the present day.

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The series showcases differences in shop windows, business attire, transportation and simply the feel of a city all shot in the same locations as their originals.

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The series, called Past Y Present, is the work of Buenos Aires photographer Nate Stein, who uses the Argentine capital as playground. While similar projects have seen photographers hold up old photographs in front of modern-day skylines, Nate, 29, instead spends time painstakingly merging the two images as one.

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To plan his images, the photographer said he searches through a public photo resource before looking out for the likes of storefronts and locating their whereabouts on Google Maps or by simply walking.

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When looking at vintage images where the skyline is the dominant feature, Nate said it is easier to find the correct locations in the city, as the buildings that dominate Buenos Aires today are extremely similar to those that featured in the early 20th century photographs that Nate discovers.

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The photographer plans to continue his series, which he has been working on for the past year. Nate said: "I want to think that these photos can help illuminate the past and what it means to be a human in the world.

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"We are all a product of, while somehow distant from, our own histories and other peoples' stories.