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THEN AND NOW Photo Collection

In October, 2010 we introduced our THEN AND NOW Photo Series. Today I'm happy to introduce the THEN AND NOW Photo Collection.

On the main navigation bar of this blog you will see a new tab called THEN AND NOW. We start with over 130 comparisons. We will be adding more all the time. Every time we put together a new set, we'll post the set as a regular blog post, add a few thoughts and some history, then add the new photo comparisons to the THEN AND NOW tab.

Previous THEN AND NOW posts will still remain in the main blog roll with their original commentary:

THEN AND NOWDisneyland [Part 1]
THEN AND NOWDisneyland [Part 2]
THEN AND NOW: Walt at Disneyland
THEN AND NOW: MK Main Street, U.S.A.
THEN AND NOW: MK Tomorrowland [Part 1]
THEN AND NOW: MK Fantasyland [Part 1]
THEN AND NOWLiberty Square [Part 1]
THEN AND NOW: MK Adventureland [Part 1]
THEN AND NOW: MK Adventureland [Part 2]
THEN AND NOW: Epcot Future World [Part 1]
THEN AND NOW: Epcot World Showcase [Part 1]
THEN AND NOW: Epcot World Showcase [Part 2]
ABANDONED DISNEY: River Country [Part 1]
THEN AND NOW: 1964-65 New York World's Fair

If you follow us on Twitter and if you happened to be on Twitter last night at the right moment, you may have gotten a preview of this new tab. We offered a "Twitter Follower Exclusive" ten minute look at the THEN AND NOW Photo Collection. It was amazing to read all the great feedback. Blog data showed that the tab was viewed by Twitter friends over 400 times in what ended up being about a 25 minute window.


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    Interesting to observe how little and at the same how much everything has been changed! However, I can't say the same about atmosphere: it remains so exciting and joyful as years ago.

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