Everything changes with time.
A nurse in the Philippines before and after a shift in her hospital’s COVID-19 area:
Rush hour traffic in Los Angeles on March 12, 2020 — a week before home orders were issued in response to the coronavirus pandemic — and a month later:
San Francisco’s Candlestick Park — the onetime home of the Giants and 49ers, and the site of the Beatles’ last concert — before and after being demolished:
California’s Lake Oroville in 2014, when the state was mired in its third straight year of extreme drought, and the same spot three years later after record rainfall:
A sailor while serving in the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy during World War II and 70 years later at age 92:
A backyard before and after two days of power washing:
A bald eagle who’d had her beak shot off by a poacher, before and after receiving a prosthetic beak:
Boats in Nevada’s Lake Mead in 2007, and the same location seven years later after years of drought:
And also at Lake Mead…a dirty boat in an area that had recently been underwater, and the same boat surrounded by undergrowth seven years later in 2014:
And the view from this person’s window before and after this tree was cut down:
Australia’s Kangaroo Island during bush fires that killed two people and tens of thousands of animals in 2011, and the same location six weeks later:
And grandparents visiting with their grandsons through a glass window during the pandemic, and hugging them for the first time in over a year after being vaccinated:
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