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10+ Unbelievable Examples Of Things Being Worn Down Over Time

There is only one guaranteed thing in this world and that is that time will pass. No matter how you try to fight it, time is always going to win. It can be a bit of a depressing thought that everything over time will slowly disappear but there is one good thing that can come out of it; some truly beautiful images that could be works of art.

Don’t believe me? Take a look through all these images of things that have been either built up or worn down over time and see how it creates some striking pictures. Some of these really are worth time passing just to see them.

#1 These are the worn steps that lead up the Tower of Pisa.

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#2 The centre seat that rarely is used and the other two that are.

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#3 A new bundle of £5 notes compared to a bunch of new one. They are the same amount of money.

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#4 This welcome that has been well and truly worn out.

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#5 This lamp post focuses the sun on the same place every day and has burnt a line in the grass.

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#6 This door has been worn down by the repeated ringing of the bell when customers enter.

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#7 These two bears, believe it or not, were bought at the same time in 1985. One belonged to the user’s brother, the other was kept in storage for his first child.

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#8 This glasses case has been used for so long, it now looks like bacon.

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#9 This pillar in Toronto has been brushed by the hands of so many people, it is almost on the verge of falling.

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#10 This carpet has been in place since the 1970’s and clearly reveals the fastest way to the fridge.

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#11 Before and After power washing in New York, where the city used to be full of coal plants.

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#12 These plants have been blown around for so long, they have worn down the wood behind them.

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#13 This restaurant opened in 1924 and this is the floor in front of the register where people waited to pay for their food.

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#14 A year’s worth of marks from stirring coffee

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#15 How pennies change over time.

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#16 This cup from Burger King owned and used for 20 years compared to one bought mint in box.

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#17 15 years worth of rust build up in a 1 inch pipe.

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#18 Hundreds of shoes have worn away the metal of this amusement park.

TheDukeofEarlGrey

#19 The posters build up over time on this lamp post.

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#20 What happens when you move a rug that has been on hardwood for 16 years. The rest has been bleached by the sun.

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#21 This table has been worn down by countless games of dominoes.

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#22 This branch has been sanded down after being constantly rubbed against this wall.

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#23 Sun damage after 28 years of sun damage.

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#24 The floor of this subway train has been worn down until it is smooth

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#25 What happens to your furniture when you own cats for 50 years.

Dickbeard_The_Pirate

#26 This path worn between two gardens by two childhood sweethearts

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#27 This dollar has been carried in a pocket since 1952.

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#28 What is left behind from an old neighbour.

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#29 More stone steps worn down by many feet over the years.

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#30 This handle at a kid’s museum has been in use for 15 years. Next to it is what it looked like before.

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#31 Footprints carved into the floorboards by monk who prayed at the same spot for 20 years

Reinhard Krause

#32 This staircase has been created by climbers in the stone wall above a creek.

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#33 The marble floor of this bank now has dents in it made by fidgeting standing customers.

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#34 This fax machine has been gradually cut by the paper it prints out.

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#35 Feet worn into this ridge from people taking the same shortcut.

Oops_I_Sparted

#36 The difference between a brand new shaving brush and one used for 30 years.

BrownBrilliance

#37 The paint on the door of this chocolate shop has worn away to reveal all the colours it has been painted over the years.

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#38 The spiral marks left on a well-used tetherball.

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#39 The walkways between office cubicles can be seen easily once the offices have been dismantled.

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#40 This button on a car radio has worn down to become a Victorian side portrait.

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