Friday, August 15, 2008

Stone Arch Panorama


I've got a serious addiction here. I'll probably do a couple more of these, just to get it out of the system. Anyways, this is the view of downtown from the Stone Arch Bridge, probably the most photographed scene in Minneapolis. The bridge used to be used for trains to move flour across the river back in the milling days, but now is a pedestrian bridge. This panorama was made with 5 shots.

2 comments:

Laurie said...

These terrific panorama shots are fascinating. (I keep trying to find a seam in the picture -- silly, I know.) Are you using a tripod?

Julie said...

Keep going for mine! It is easy to see why this is the most photographed scene in Minneapolis!

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