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Hillsborough Gardens - Hillsborough, NJ
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Hillsborough Gardens in Hillsborough, NJ. This was taken on a beautiful day with my crumby camera phone. I used Adobe Photoshop to stitch together about 78 images to get this panorama, which came out better than I thought.

We can see the corner of Farm Road and Triangle road northerly to the left of the building (there are traffic lights). Of course we can't miss the power lines.

Beyond the playground is Robin Road.

Copyright: I Mpreprex
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送信日: 10/11/2012
更新日: 10/08/2013
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Tags: hillsborough; gardens; playground; field; power; lines new; jersey; somerset; county
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