Houdini on Mass Ave. Bridge

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Harry Houdini performed one of his "well known escapes" from The Harvard Bridge (also known locally as the "M.I.T. bridge" or the "Mass. Ave. bridge") on May 1, 1908, according to a marker at the south-east end of the bridge.


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Date Created 9/3/2008
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(6)
K Over 1 year ago
Well done! There's something magical when you're viewing this and the past and present photos get blended on the margins.
David-Photosynth-Team Over 1 year ago
One of the features that we've long talked about adding to Photosynth is some kind of time-selector interface. That would be great to have here. It's tricky of course, because if you totally ignore space in order to honor time you can end up with a fairly dizzying tour. Need some blend of both. Anyway -- great synth!
Scott Over 1 year ago
Gorgeous - I love the effect of the faded historical photo with the modern shot in the background.
KevinH Over 1 year ago
Wonderful synth! Fantastic job of mixing past and present, I'm ashamed to say it's been on my blog of interesting synths for a while and I've forgotten to mention it to you! http://kevinhanes.net/synthopticon/2008/09/houdini-on-mass-ave-bridge.html
Pano08 Over 1 year ago
Well done, it's one of my favorites.
Look at Pano08 "My Favorites" to find easyly interesting syncs.
dariusmonsef Over 1 year ago
Very cool. Some more "then and now" synths would be great.
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