Canadian photographer and lifelong "Star Wars" fan Thomas Dagg superimposes key characters, battleships and objects from the "Star Wars" universe onto real-life images taken here on Earth.
Here are some of our favorites, starting with an AT-AT roaming the city on a snowy day. It's fairly common, of course, to see AT-ATs roaming the streets in Galactic Empire-held cities around the world.
Baseball is a staple of life in the "Star Wars" Earth-iverse by photographer Thomas Dagg. The only major difference is that instead of using bats, players use lightsabers. And, of course, they use balls that don't get sliced in half each time a batter makes contact.
In Game 7 of the Intergalactic Series, pictured here, a batter from the Kansas City Rebels swings his lightsaber bat at a pitch from the San Francisco Galactic Empire.
At the metropolitan spaceport of photographer Thomas Dagg's imagination, it's not uncommon to see all sorts of spacecraft speeding in and out. Why, just the other day Admiral Ackbar's Home One stopped in for a brief stay.
Here, a T-47 airspeeder (commonly called a snowspeeder), is parked alongside standard airplanes and other spacecraft.
dagg created the images using Photoshop, with every superimposed "Star Wars" character or ship
coming from photos of toys he's had since childhood.
Growing up, Thomas Dagg saw "Star Wars" everywhere he looked, and this series of photographs captures the "Star Wars"-infused world he imagined as a child.
Here, Dagg spots a guy running through the streets. But this isn't just any man; he's actually a Padawan learning the ways of the Force thanks to his teacher, Yoda, who's sitting on the man's shoulders. "Take me to him you will, yes? Hmmmm?"