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Spherical Panoramas allow the viewer to look in any direction, as if one were standing in the center of a sphere.
The Spherical Panorama does away with the photographer's single framed point of view.
You are free to explore every angle and to inspect any detail of the image by zooming in and around the total sphere.
You can also view these images within Google Earth or at 360Cities see the links at the bottom of this page.
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The equipment used for photography is described here.
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Lulworth Cove village

Lulworth Cove village A small stream flows down thru the village and opens out into this small pond before flowing on down to the cove itself.

Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove The near perfect semi-circle of the cove forms part of the Jurassic Coast line of Dorset.

Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove A natural harbour on the Dorset coast set in some of the most enjoyable scenery available.
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