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The ‘K6’ Jubilee London Telephone Box Panorama

Revisiting a post featuring a panorama inside a Red Telephone Box we now have a outside view of the location in Byng Place. Registered as Grade II listed buildings the phoneboxes are set against the backdrop of the Church of Christ the King in Bloomsbury. The Red Phonebox is a…

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Chicago Skyline Panorama Millennium Park

Another in the Chicago series of panoramas, this time further out in Millennium Park. Millennium Park is located in the heart of downtown Chicago. It is bordered by Michigan Avenue to the west, Columbus Drive to the east, Randolph Street to the North and Monroe Street to the South. The…

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Cloud Gate Chicago Panorama

London is far too overcast today for panoramas so we thought we would post a shot we took on a conference trip to Chicago late last year of Cloud Gate in Millenium Park. Cloud Gate is British artist Anish Kapoor’s first public outdoor work installed in the United States. The…

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Banksy Roundhouse Camden – London Panorama

The panorama is captured in front of the Chambermaid stencil by the artist Banksy, created in May 2006, on the wall of the Roundhouse in Camden. According to the Camden New Journal Article the maid is a portrait of Leita who worked in a Hotel in Los Angeles. Libbey Cambell…

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The Tube – London Panorama

The average speed of a Tube train in London is 33 km per hour (20.5mph) – including station stops. This makes capturing a panorama on the Tube tricky due to the movement of the train. Luckily these average figures don’t really tell the full story and the Tube is often…

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Brian Haw’s Peace Protest/Banksy Canvas London Panorama

The panorama was taken to capture Brian Haw’s Peace Protest at Parliament Square, London, before police mounted a massive night-time operation to dismantle the display on 23 May 2006. The centre of the panorama featured a canvas by the artist Banksy. Taken from Brian’s website – Initially he was campaigning…

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The Ivy London Panorama

The Ivy Restaurant in London was relaunched in 1990: the architect M J Long carried out the extensive refurbishment, with leading contemporary artists commissioned to create site-specific works. Restored to its former glory, it now seems firmly established as London’s favourite theatre restaurant. “A table at the Ivy is one…

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Houses of Parliament London Night Time Panorama

An example of Gothic Architecture the Houses of Parliament were constructed between 1840 and 1888. The panorama is taken outside the main tower near Westminster Bridge and the River Thames. The tower stands 320 foot tall and is named after the largest bell, ‘Big Ben’ which weighs over 13 tons,…

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