Monday, November 24, 2014

Nice Image Website photos

Some cool image website images:


The Cold Night Factory
image website
Image by Vincent_AF
Nikon D700, Nikkor 20mm f2.8, f11, 5xp HDR, ISO-100

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account or my website. Thanks!

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consider those comments spam and I will remove them. No group invites
with compulsory comments/awards. Just open groups and/or critique,
those are very welcome! Thank you!


France, Creepy Detail 'Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres'
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Image by Vincent_AF
View On Black

The Cathedral of Our Lady of Chartres, (French: Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Chartres), a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Chartres, about 80 kilometres (50 mi) southwest of Paris, is considered one of the finest examples in all France of the Gothic style of architecture. Source: Wikipedia


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(animated stereo) Don't look down! Jerusalem, circa 1923
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Image by Thiophene_Guy
To animate view the image at original resolution (click all sizes) or simply scroll down.

The purpose here is not to duplicate the original image, from the Library of Congress website, but to generate a downloadable animated gif to assist viewing and presentation.

The library of congress offers a multitude of historical images online, many needing no license to redistribute. The original image of The rampart walk, on city wall [Jerusalem], view of the Old City from the wall, is from the Matson collection. The image dates to the early 20th century and has no known restrictions on publication. Library of Congress call number: LC-M32- B-44[P&P]

Image rotations, resizing, alignment, and animated gif generation done with StereoPhotoMaker, a freeware program by Masuji Suto & David Sykes.