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Old Singapore - Reconstructing

I was glad that when I started to take images from high-rise buildings, during those negative days, I actually took shots that can be joined. Now with the stitch program, it is so easy to automate the stitching. I am glad that I had scanned those old images. Here is one I had joined and will spend more time joining them.

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