Today I had no urbex neither panoramic pics. Arleta and I went to Holkham, to take a few nice pictures of fallow deers.
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I have recently updated a Hugin to 2013.0.0.0 version from 2012. In the 2012 version all my panoramas had amazing qualities.
When I tried to stitch my input images in Hugin 2013 I got this result: Continue reading Hugin – Enfused panorama picture is too bright
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Torchlight Procession Through Norwich – 22.11.2013
Bishop Alan Hopes invited Christians to walk with him through the streets of Norwich to mark the end of the Year of Faith.
Over 1000 adults and children lit candles and then walked through the streets in silent prayer for the people of our region and anyone throughout the world in need of support.
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360° x 180° Panorama from abandoned Pinebanks Leisure Centre in Norwich.
The funny thing was that just a few hours later the over hundred people gang came there to have a illegal rave:
“They were like rats climbing over the gates trying to get into the place. There were hundreds of them” – 12 arrests and police officer injured as bottle-throwing crowd tries to enter illegal rave in Thorpe St Andrew. The former Pinebanks Sports and Social Club, Thorpe St Andrew, where police were called to close down an illegal rave, that resulted in twelve arrests and injury to an officer.
More info HERE.
Edit (2014.07.17): Some idiots put a fire on the Pinebanks which was completely destroyed last night 🙁 Source: http://www.eveningnews24.co.uk/mobile/news/photo_gallery_and_video_update_oldest_part_of_thorpe_st_andrew_s_pinebanks_social_club_destroyed_in_blaze_this_morning_1_3687899
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St Giles Church as it stands today has its origins in 1386, when a bequest was given to start the building the church. By 1424, the tower was almost finished, and by 1430 the building was complete enough for funerals to take place. The chancel is more modern and was built during the 19th century. St Giles, on the north side of St Giles Street, has the tallest parish church tower in Norwich. The tower rises over 120 ft (36m) from the highest ground in Norwich, dominating the river valley to the north and the western approach to the city. Continue reading St. Giles Church Tower – Roof Hacking – Panorama 360° x 180°
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This lovely helicopter Apache landed near Norwich football ground. Army was looking for new recruits. I did not see any queue 🙂
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This is the best 360° x 180° panorama I have ever taken, as far 🙂 Norwich County Hall in scaffolding. Panorama taken from the roof of the Norwich County Hall is available on the next page 🙂
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