Modernity is slowly replacing the old ways in this view of turn-of-the-century Ireland.
This church, which stood here since the 1500s, was demolished in 1848 to make room for a railway station, but not before this last photo was taken.
Brazilian digital colorist Marina Amaral has done a magnificent job of bringing this 1930s photo to life.
The site where 70,000 metalheads gather every first weekend of August is a lot quieter and more pastoral as fall approaches.
This is how a little village in Karelia looked 100 years ago, in full natural color.
This amazing modern colorization of a 1903 photo highlights the brilliance of America's 100-year commitment to publicly-owned national parks.
This painstakingly colorized photo shows us a moment in the hell of trench warfare during the First World War.
This digitally colorized photo is an amazing look at life and commerce on Manhattan Island at the turn of the last century.
Ten minutes after this photo was taken, the fuse was burning down to the greatest catastrophe in world history up until that time.
Today one of Toronto's busiest intersections, this urban space was once a pedestrian mall back in the groovy 70s.