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This was an awesome and creative way to pay tribute to his grandfather.

Daily Mail – A photographer is paying tribute to his late grandfather by replicating the vintage holiday photos he snapped at landmarks and national parks across the US.

Christian Carollo, from Philadelphia, is using his spare time to explore the places his grandparents visited and snap the same images they did decades ago.

From the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco to New Orleans’ French Quarter, every one of the 33-year-old’s snaps show his hand holding a photo taken by his grandfather, Herb Connellan, in the exact spot.

Mr Connellan, who died in 2008 at the age of 87, took the photos from the 1970s to the early 1990s – a time before the rise of budget flights when family road trips or staycations were the norm.

Read more: Daily Mail

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