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全景摄影师 Wayne Edwards EXPERT 日期和时间 19:16, 28/01/2010 - Views loading...


Cubic Experiment at The Wild Building, Birmingham

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Installation of an 11 foot cube, made of wood and painted inside to reverse-engineer a cubic, 360 degree panorama.

This was staged for the 51 Degrees in Birmingham by Chu, curated by Jibbering Art, April 2009.

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A: Outside Selfridges in Birmingham

摄影师Rob Antill, 距离此处550远

Taken when in Birmingham for a short visit. I love this building. It was good to see it up close.

Outside Selfridges in Birmingham

B: Birmingham Selfridges Bullring

摄影师Jens Ruppert, 距离此处620远

Birmingham Selfridges Bullring

C: Illuminate, Panoramic Cinema Experience

摄影师Robert Bilsland, 距离此处780远

Over the weekend of 25th / 26th / 27th October 2013 during the day and night an amazing set of free i...

Illuminate, Panoramic Cinema Experience

D: Colmore Plaza in Birmingham city centre

摄影师Stuart Thorp, 距离此全景1.1

Colmore Plaza in Birmingham city centre

E: Xmas Birmingham

摄影师Ian McCarney, 距离此全景1.3

Xmas Birmingham

F: Amongst a Sea of Eggs

摄影师Robert Bilsland, 距离此全景1.3

How to turn a trip to Birmingham into a giant hunting game, just add 101 oversized and decorated eggs...

Amongst a Sea of Eggs

G: Birmingham mosque

摄影师Mamoon Musaddiq, 距离此全景1.3

Birmingham mosque

Birmingham mosque

H: Hall Of Memory

摄影师Steven 'fly agaric 23' Pratt, 距离此全景1.5

From wikipedia: The Hall of Memory in Centenary Square, Birmingham, England, designed by S.N. Cooke a...

Hall Of Memory

I: Hall Of Memory Interior

摄影师Steven 'fly agaric 23' Pratt, 距离此全景1.5

The Hall of Memory in Centenary Square, Birmingham, England, designed by S.N. Cooke and W.N. Twist is...

Hall Of Memory Interior

J: Birmingham Symphony Hall

摄影师Steven 'fly agaric 23' Pratt, 距离此全景2.2

Birmingham Symphony Hall, with lots of light.

Birmingham Symphony Hall

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