Show us where you live (kinda)

spirit

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Some of Norwich from the other day, the skyline shot I posted in May was a bit dark I thought.









This one below is a bit closer to home.

 

spirit

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Thanks! Been away to York this weekend and I've just got back and made some great panoramas of the scenery there on Photoshop. Will share them tomorrow. :)
 

ayan

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500 000 inhabitants, but it still looks pretty good, and the people are pretty nice actually. Once i dropped my wallet without noticing, and a guy drew my attention that i had lost it.

Cluj Napoca
 

Punk

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An hour long drive to get to the start of the hour and a half long hike (most people do it in two to two and half hours):



 

EvanK

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The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the first Canadian national museum ouside of Ottawa, Canada's capital.



Being the geographical centre not only of Canada but also of North America, Winnipeg has always been a transport hub and rail is no exception. There's always plenty of trains running over the rivers and through downtown, as seen in this photo with the city's skyline in the background.
 
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Life

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The Canadian Museum for Human Rights, the first Canadian national museum ouside of Ottawa, Canada's capital.



Being the geographical centre not only of Canada but also of North America, Winnipeg has always been a transport hub and rail is no exception. There's always plenty of trains running over the rivers and through downtown, as seen in this photo with the city's skyline in the background.
Looks like Detroit! Very nice pictures.
 

AlienMenace

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Driving down 35 you dont even see the fields. Just pasture of green rolling hills. 70 west is pretty similar. Longest stretch of road it feels like. Because you cant wait to hit the border but it seems like Kansas goes on forever.
Don't forget about being a bit flat out there to. lol
 
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