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Canal Lock Gates, Grand Union Canal
England

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grand_Union_Canal

The Grand Union Canal in England is part of the British canal system. Its main line connects London and Birmingham, stretching for 137 miles (220 km) with 166 locks. It has arms to places including Leicester, Slough, Aylesbury, Wendover and Northampton.

Copyright: Martin Broomfield
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Загружена: 27/07/2010
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Tags: canal; waterway; bridge; locks; transportation; barge; boats; navigation; industrial revolution
  • Martin Broomfield over 1 year ago
    Hi Kevin, I use a Nikon D200, 10.5 Nikon lens. Nodal Ninja, Stitcher Unlimited from Autocad which hasn't been updated since 2009 (try PTGui).
  • kevin kissack almost 2 years ago
    Would like to know the tool you used: camera, lens, stitching software - excellent job.
  • kevin kissack almost 2 years ago
    Cool pano's :-)
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