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Old Panoramas of Cities

Bucky alum

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Amazing Pictures

Where did you find those pictures? Is there a place where you can get those made into a big picture?

I'd love to get the Minneapolis one.

mike
 

SW MI Planner

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It's Coldwater, MI baby!!

assuming I can post these pics....







Believe it or not, we are still not much larger (6 sq miles), and still have nothing but farmland surrounding us....
 

SouthSideSlayer

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Re: Publication Permission

luciensteil said:
Great photos! Could I publish some on KATARXIS? Do you have the copyright?

Thanks

Lucien Steil
http://www.katarxis.com
um, no. Check the link, they're copyrighted.


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