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    Default Re: St Paul's Cathedral Golden Gallery

    Very well done Pano.

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    Thank you Tom.
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    Default Re: St Paul's Cathedral Golden Gallery

    Excellent pano Tony
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    Great pano Tony, well captured and processed, you're correct it does look better on Flickr
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    Default Re: St Paul's Cathedral Golden Gallery

    Quote Originally Posted by Parsen66 View Post
    Excellent pano Tony
    Thanks Alan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ST-EOS View Post
    Great pano Tony, well captured and processed, you're correct it does look better on Flickr
    Cheers Peter; appreciate your comments. Pano files can get huge and Flickr is the place to view them.
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