Panorama Liverpool  

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Uploaded: 02/04/16 3:29 PM GMT
Panorama Liverpool
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A panorama of the River Mersey and Liverpool taken from The Seacombe Ferry Terminal (a few miles down the river from "Glorious" New Brighton). The big ship with built-in stilts is designed to service wind turbines out at sea.


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02/04/16 3:33 PM GMT
Lots to see in this pano, Steve. Well done in B/W.
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02/04/16 5:01 PM GMT
The really give the viewer an idea as to the vastness of the River Mersey and Liverpool area Caruso.


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
02/04/16 5:40 PM GMT
Wow..that's some stretcher!...excellent camera work and tones
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02/04/16 6:35 PM GMT
Good panorama shot with an impressive sky. Clear details too.
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Smooth seas do not make skilful sailors.
02/04/16 6:53 PM GMT
Steve, think it will cost me more than five minutes to walk on the other side of the Mersey from left to right, LOL!

Huge and very good panorama. Very well done, my friend.
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02/05/16 11:14 PM GMT
I think this is fantastic, bravo Mr. B. Love the pano, and the sharpness of the image, and would be perfect for the challenge.
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02/10/16 1:02 PM GMT
Fantastic Pano Steve.
The moody sky is a bonus.
Will add to the BWC, thankyou :)
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