Ouest France newspaper publishes a series of aerial views of the Gulf of Morbihan (Britanny)  taken at 40-year intervals (1970/2009).

With those pictures, colorized by PlanetObserver for the historical ones, readers have discovered how much their environment had changed in four decades only.

All aerial photographies are made available in a number of derived products (posters, special publications, etc.).

See here aerial views of the village of Arzon (Britanny, France), back in 1970 in black & white, then coloured by PlanetObserver, and today’s picture (also reprocessed by PlanetObserver). This highlights the tremendous changes that have taken place there.

PlanetObserver can provide archive pictures in full colour of any place in France, just ask for your area of interest.

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