Scenery Images of Amazing Man In The Street 40 Years Ago to Recreate Their Pictures

Looking at images in the late 1970s and 1980s, paramedic Chris Porsz walked and tried to get hours traveled around Peterborough, a city in eastern England. Chris wanted to snap several photos of the everyday passerby. Started from punks to policemen, the amateur photographer took portraits of life being been endeared and honest indeed. Currently, nearly 40 years later, Porsz—known as the “paramedic paparazzo”, has come back to his project. So, this time seems to be acted as both savvy sleuth as parallel as picture taker.

In following images, Porsz has devoted his last seven years in order to track down his former subjects and convince them to strike that same pose from quite long ago. He stated to Metro “I don’t think anyone else has tracked down so many strangers and recreated photos in this way before”. Really true, it got “tenacious detective work, meticulous planning and, often, unbelievable coincidences”. In short, the results are an attractive look at how people have changed and how they have grown up, split apart, and changed their sense of style. More reading

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes

Image Source: Sara Barnes