Large Photo Images

large photo images
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large photo images - Antique Lighthouse
Antique Lighthouse Photos: Large Images for Prints
Antique Lighthouse Photos: Large Images for Prints
100 newly restored photographs of American lighthouses. EXTRA HI-RES IMAGES SUITABLE FOR LARGE PRINTS. Use with PC or Mac.
This exclusive collection of 19th-century & 20th-century photographic images depicts dozens of lighthouses & lighthouse stations that once graced the coastline of America. Some are still standing today; others are long gone, existing only in memory and in these vintage photographs.
Our professional restoration brings you these fascinating images as never before seen, ready to browse for enjoyment and create prints ready to frame! Photos are grouped by state. All photos are identified by location.
These are easy-to-use JPG images. They are very large files, approx 2 MB - 7 MB each. All images on the CD are 300 dpi. Some images are included in both sepia and black-and-white versions. A few are shown as both full size and cropped detail images. Image width is consistently 3000 pixels, or 10 inches wide at 300 dpi. Image height varies from approximately 7 inches to 22 inches.
These antique images are perfect to frame as prints, lovely for your home or business. Great for a beach house or summer home, nice for a shabby cottage decor or nautical theme.
You can also use these to create unique cards, tags and labels, or calendars, and for altered art projects, assemblage, scrapbooking, decoupage and other paper crafts! Print directly from the CD or copy to your image-editing software to edit or print.
Makes a fun & unique gift, especially for those who love the seashore, boating or lighthouses!
License and Terms of Use: These digital images are offered under license. Purchase of this CD is purchase of a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to use the digital images in accordance with our terms of use, and ownership of the digital images themselves remains with SummertownSun Publishing. Buyer (the licensee) may print these images for personal or commercial use in printed form. The digital images themselves may not be resold, shared, uploaded, or otherwise redistributed, for free or for profit, in any digital format without written permission.

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Parliament Hill (185 Image panorama)
Parliament Hill (185 Image panorama)
In case you were wondering This 360 panorama was shoot at an ISO of 1250 and the DOF was set to 16, I used photomatrix for the HDR part of the processing and PtGui to do the stitching as the CS4 stitching is sub par for this type of image or at least was for me... Parliament Hill (colloquially The Hill, in French: Colline du Parlement) is an area of Crown land on the southern banks of the Ottawa River in downtown Ottawa, Ontario. Its Gothic revival suite of buildings – the parliament buildings – serves as the home of the Parliament of Canada, and contains a number of architectural elements of national symbolic importance. Parliament Hill attracts approximately 3 million visitors each year.[1] Originally the site of a military base in the 18th and early 19th centuries, development of the site into a governmental precinct began in 1859, after Bytown was chosen by Queen Victoria as the capital of the Province of Canada. Following a number of extensions to the parliament and departmental buildings, and a fire in 1916 that destroyed the Centre Block, Parliament Hill took on its present form with the completion of the Peace Tower in 1927. Since 2002, an extensive $1 billion renovation and rehabilitation project has been underway throughout all of the precinct's buildings; work is not expected to be complete until after 2020. History An 1832 watercolour painting of the Ottawa locks of the Rideau Canal with Barrack Hill – today Parliament Hill – to the right of centre. An 1834 painting by Thomas Burrowes, showing Barrack Hill and the Rideau Canal locks. Parliament Hill is a limestone outcrop with a gently sloping top that, for hundreds of years, served as a landmark on the Ottawa River for First Nations, and later European traders, adventurers, and industrialists, to mark their journey to the interior of the continent. After Ottawa – then called Bytown – was founded, the builders of the Rideau Canal used the hill as a location for a military base, naming it Barrack Hill. A large fortress was planned for the site, but was never built, and by the mid 19th century it had lost its strategic importance. Choice as a parliamentary precinct In 1858, Queen Victoria selected Bytown as the capital of the Province of Canada, and Barrack Hill was chosen as the site for the new parliament buildings, given its prominence over both the town and the river, as well as the fact that it was already owned by the Crown.[11] On 7 May, a call was put out by the Department of Public Works for design proposals for the new parliament buildings to be erected on Barrack Hill, which was answered with 298 submitted drawings. After the entries were narrowed down to three, then Governor General Sir Edmund Walker Head was approached to break the stalemate, and the winners were announced on 29 August 1859. The Centre Block, departmental buildings, and a new residence for the Governor General were each awarded separately, and the team of Thomas Fuller and Chilion Jones, under the pseudonym of Semper Paratus, won the prize for the first category with their Victorian High Gothic scheme with a formal, symmetrical front facing a quadrangle, and a more rustic, picturesque back facing the escarpment overlooking the Ottawa River. The team of Thomas Stent and Augustus Laver, under the pseudonym of Stat nomen in umbra, won the prize for the second category, which included the East and West Blocks.[12] These proposals were selected for their sophisticated use of Gothic architecture, which was thought to remind people of parliamentary democracy's history, would contradict the republican Neoclassicism of the United States' capital, and would be suited to the rugged surroundings while also being stately.[12] $300,000 was allocated for the main building, and $120,000 for each of the departmental buildings. Development into a national heart Ground was broken on 20 December 1859, and the first stones laid on 16 April of the following year, and Prince Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) laid the cornerstone of the Centre Block on 1 September.[14] The construction of Parliament Hill became the largest project undertaken in North America to that date. Workers, however, had hit bedrock earlier than expected, necessitating blasting in order to complete the foundations, which had also been altered by the architects in order to sit 5.25 metres (17 ft) deeper than originally planned. By early 1861, it was reported by Public Works that $1,424,882.55 had been spent on the venture, leading to the site being shut down in September and the unfinished structures covered in tarpaulins until 1863, when construction resumed following a commission of inquiry.[15] Troops deliver a feu de joie on Parliament Hill for the Queen's Birthday Review, 1868. Two years later, the unfinished site hosted a celebration of Queen Victoria's birthday, further cementing the area's position as the central place for national outpouring, and, the project was still incomplete w
1968 - 1971 Ford 17m (P7) (03)
1968 - 1971 Ford 17m (P7) (03)
The Ford 17 M was a range of large family saloons/sedans produced by Ford of Germany between Autumn 1967 and December 1971. There were, at launch, four different engine sizes available, ranging from 1.5 to 2.3 litres. A more lavishly appointed version of the car, branded as the Ford 20 M was also offered, but only with the larger two engines. Ford 26M with four doors The facelift of 1968, undertaken when the car had been on sale for less than a year, did not significantly change the overall silhouette of the car (here shown as a 2-door coupe) but the new version came with several of the bumps and creases removed. The result was that the facelifted car looked even larger than the earlier one, but less fussy. The range was subsequently broadened further, and from 1969 the Ford 26 M joined the range, featuring the same body, but a larger engine, automatic transmission as standard, and various other luxury features. The Taunus 17M name had been applied to a succession of family saloons/sedans from Ford Germany since 1957, but the introduction of the 1967 car coincided with the removal of the “Taunus” name. Nevertheless, for the avoidance of confusion the 17M and 20M models introduced in 1967 as well as the 26M introduced in 1969 are usually identified, in retrospect, as the Ford P7. It was the seventh newly designed German Ford to be launched after the war and for this reason it was from inception known within the company as Ford Project 7 (P7) or more simply as the Ford P7. During the months following its introduction sales were disappointing and the company rushed to produce an extensively face-lifted model. This appeared, with various styling changes and a modified range of engine options, in August 1968, less than a year after the P7’s introduction. To differentiate between the model produced before August 1968, and that produced between August 1968 and the end of 1971, the former is normally designated as the Ford P7a and the latter as the Ford P7b. Between September 1967 and August 1968 155,780 P7a models were produced. Between August 1968 and December 1971 567,482 P7b models were produced. (Wikipedia) - - - Ford 17m 17 m rot rosso rojo red rouge weiss wei? white blanco blanc bianco dach top aufnahme aufnahmen auto automobil automobile autos bild bilder capture captures car cars classic foto fotos image oldtimer photo photograph photos picture pictures pictures shot shots vintage wallpaper wallpaper antique old vehicle (Wikipedia)

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