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Old Christchurch Rd Bournemouth
England

This pan is taken beneath the wrought iron archway, which used to spans between the two arcades in Old Christchurch Rd. The large clock in the form of a giant swiss wristwatch hangs from the canopy directly above, it was presented to Bournemouth by the people of Lucerne in Switzerland when the two towns where twinned.

Copyright: Sophie morse
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 22/07/2013
Atualizado: 11/08/2014
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Tags: arcade; road; town; people; clock
  • Günther Roth about 1 year ago
    Hi Sophie, I am deeply impressed by your choice of locations, and I do like your way of post-processing the images. Greetings from Franconia!
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