I suppose that can only be done by viewers donating newer photographs. Because those early photos were not all taken by this site's founders. They were donated by many individuals. In the earliest days of GT.com, it was quite a painstaking task to get photos approved, put up and took considerable time.
And actually, photos taken in the 1990s and 2000s (and earlier) are now historical in a relative sense, and continue or preserve a historical link to those sites now greatly changed or now vanished. I actually enjoy seeing historical photos taken during a town's heyday, those taken during decline, those taken after ghosting, those taken in modern times, and those taken today. They preserve the continuity of historical locations covered on this website.
Because even without the negative impacts of human hands, they will not be there tomorrow. Because in time nature will erase all.
Last edited by David A. Wright; 10-12-2011 at 08:28 PM.
David A. Wright
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