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    Default View from Tower Bridge

    8 Images shot from near the middle of Tower Bridge stitched in Lightroom CC

    AH1D0522-Pano.jpg by LISUSM, on Flickr

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    Nice work
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    Default Re: View from Tower Bridge

    I like that, Alan, nicely stitched and balanced.
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    Nicely done

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    Cracking shot....very impacting!
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    Default Re: View from Tower Bridge

    Thanks all for looking

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    Default Re: View from Tower Bridge

    Very nice but needs to be printed large to get full impact.

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    Default Re: View from Tower Bridge

    That's a cracker just what a LE should be and a very effective pano ... from what I can see! Sadly, even clicking through to Flickr it's still far too small to appreciate all the lovely detail that a multi-image stitch provides.

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