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Thomas Jefferson Memorial stairs, Washington, DC
Washington, DC

In front of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC.  This parnorama was taken November 24, 2007 with a Canon 350D, Peleng 8mm fisheye, a panosaurus panoramic tripod head, and Slik sprint pro tripod.

Copyright: Adam Shomsky
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Resolution: 7652x3826
Uploaded: 24/01/2010
Updated: 09/09/2014
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