Blogger Visits Real-Life Movie Scene Locations And Recreates Them In Photos

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In all of our favorite movies and TV series, there are very shocking and memorable moments. These moments aren't just defined by the actors and the story, but also by the location. A blogger from Hamburg, Germany, called Andrea David has dedicated time to traveling the world and "recreating" historic scenes from the most popular films and series of all time in the most creative and original way.

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The talented blogger and photographer visits each one of the famous locations and takes a photo which includes a perfect cutout of the scene in question. This makes for some very particular works of art which remind us of classic cinema. It's also very nice to confirm that those places still exist just as they did when they were made.

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One of the most trendy recent series, The Walking Dead, had the honor of being included in the German's production list.

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And this classic scene from Forrest Gump evokes plenty of emotion.

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Dirty Dancing and its stars also had their turn in Andrea's photos.

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Of course, this famous scene from The Notebook was a must-have. The place is called "Boone Hall Plantation" and is still very similar to the day the movie was shot.

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The blogger also went ahead and made montages with the series Game of Thrones, famous for its vast landscapes and stunning scenery.

It's truly incredible what can be accomplished with a little inspiration. This girl turned her passion for film and TV series into lots of works of art.

Source: Cosmopolitan

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