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Frieda Garcia Park
Boston
This is a photo that I took with the iPhone 5 and Gymbl from inside one of the "monkey bars". A brand new park for the Boston Parks Department, it's across the street from Back Bay Station. This was taken in the early morning with the iPhone's camera then stitched with Autopano.
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