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St Edmund's School in Canterbury, Kent United Kingdom

On May 10th 2013 I had the wonderful opportunity to visit Canterbury for a few hours during a formation and of course I took some panoramas. 

Handheld with a light pole that is suppose to offer a wider horizon besides an interesting perspective.

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