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tom waugh
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New tech. New ideas and building site progress photography
I currently have an ongoing project. Since April 2017, I have traveled every two weeks to a building site, ten minutes from where I live, to document the progress of the construction.  Using the architects own plans, I was able to see the best vantage point...
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The latest version of the fabulously free and full featured Hitfilm Express is now available for download!
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Maps, books, cities and churches
I've been doing this photography lark since 1979. My first image was printed in a newspaper for US soldiers based in (then) West Germany around 1980. I was thrilled to see my image of tanks driving through a gate and bought several copies of the newspaper. ...
Maps, books, cities and churches
Maps, books, cities and churches
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Maps, books, cities and churches
I've been doing this photography lark since 1979. My first image was printed in a newspaper for US soldiers based in (then) West Germany around 1980. I was thrilled to see my image of tanks driving through a gate and bought several copies of the newspaper. ...
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Schlachtkapelle (lit. "battle chapel") is a term used in Switzerland for a chapel dedicated to the memory of one of the battles of the Old Swiss Confederacy.
The one at Sempach commemorates the battle of Sempach in 1386. There is a small ossuary attached to the chapel. Inside the church is a fantastic mural depicting the battle.
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02/10/2017
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My first real outing with the Yuneec q500 quadcopter near where I live.
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In the town of Stans, next to the church of St. Peter und Paul, which was built from 1641 until 1647 by the architect Jakob Berger is a two story chapel and ossuary for the nearby Capucin monastery.
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23/08/2017
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