Monday, November 13, 2006


I should get an album of the St. Petersburg photos up sometime today. In the meantime, here's a panoramic shot (using the stitch feature) of the Hermitage, Palace Square, Alexander Column and the General Staff building. The vagaries of the stitching make the latter look a bit like it's collapsing, but other than that, I like this photo (these photos).

Click on this one for a larger version -- it's a big sucker.


Nanuk of the North said...

That's one thing (of many) that Europe has over us. Town squares. We don't have town squares like this. They afford such great opportunities for just hanging over and being European.

Nanuk of the North said...

hanging 'around' of course.
What's hanging over? That's not like an active hangover, is it?