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Re: Philadelphia

Touristy maybe but still well worth seeing. Whatever is that last shot of?
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Touristy maybe but still well worth seeing. Whatever is that last shot of?
The last shot is a model of Benjamin Franklin he is on the viewing deck of one of the highest buildings in Philadelphia its called One Liberty. Its 57 floors up and you see his feet as you enter the lift on floor one!

Some great views which I will try and post later.
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Re: Philadelphia

OMG, I thought it was Willy Shakespeare! I like the town hall (?) at night; I wondered at first about the bat on the front of the cupola, but I guess it's an eagle? Nice building, shame about the high wall in front of it.

I'm tempted to say that the crack in the Liberty Bell could be a metaphor for what's happening in the States nowadays.....
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Re: Philadelphia

Nice set and of a quality above most tourist stuff you see on the internet.
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Re: Philadelphia

That's a good panorama. I like it. What software did you use to stitch it?
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That's a good panorama. I like it. What software did you use to stitch it?
Thanks. I used Photoshop to create the panorama.
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