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This small dentist's office cca 1939 displays pieces of the past, including a very large jar of teeth extracted from the jaws of past miners, themselves employed in extracting copper from the earth.
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Mark is a talented freelance spherical panorama photographer and a telecommunication engineer. He lives close to London and creates panoramas at home and abroad during his travels. Check his profile out and don’t forget to click on the Editors’ Picks tab to enjoy his best shots.
“The world is three-dimensional. We can turn in all directions, around, upwards and downwards. Unfortunately, "normal" photographs cannot convey that, and that’s why I decided a few years ago to create panoramic images.” Carsten’s profile is full of wonderful 360º views fully engaging in all directions.
Making panoramas like an expert requires some planning and lots of practice. But once you get the hang of it, you'll find that creating 360 degree views is addictive.
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