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The 60’s song written by Malvina Reynolds and popularised by Pete Seeger came to mind when I saw this housing development. Houses crammed together with hardly any room for the kids to play.8 shots ‘handstitched’ together.
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Nice pano. Did you use one image or 2 or more? If you stitched the images what software did you use?
great panorama Heather
OOPS! I just noticed your description on the right.
nice panorama Heather – how many years will it be before society looks at these and says “what a wonderful period for lack of imagination and loss of local childhood adventures”
excellent panorama, very very nicely put together!!!!
Hey! I live in one of them !:) But you’re right – I hate it but we have a nice neighbourhood so it’ll do for now. (but our homes aren’t as big as those)
Very interesting, repeating triangles of the roofs give it strong visual impact. I love to have plenty of space around, but I currently live in the Netherlands where most people live in row-houses, just next to each other without any space between them at all and only small gardens behind (our one is about 20 square meters). But I find it still much better than living in a skyscraper :)
More room there than in my inner-city dwelling (I don’t need a yard though). Looks great Heather
lovely pano shot