The Department of Heritage and Arts sought out Webmedia to perform multiple photography projects for their successful campaign to become a recognized ‘World Heritage’ site. Our first assignment was to capture the general town life including culture, architecture and the people. More than 100 photos were provided for use in submissions, brochures, reports, web and other needs. The second task (and perhaps the most fun our photographer has ever had!) was to try and match photos from over 100 years ago to the current day by lining up the distinctive background landscapes to accurately demonstrate the specific development (or in many cases, the ‘lack’ of development) in the town over that extended period of time. We had to exactly line up landscapes, horizons, shorelines and building architecture in order to recreate century old photos in the present day for proof of limited signs of growth.