Thursday, July 14, 2011

Campanile for Skywatch

I know I posted something similar not too far in the past (so if you saw that one please excuse me), but I still wanted to post this picture looking up at the 52 meter high Campanile, built on the landing beach of the 1820 British Settlers.

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  1. Hey, Firefly--go here to see ours!
    http://www.uni.edu/infosys/tour/campanile.shtml

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  2. It's everything a tower should be! And a beautiful sky!

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  3. I very much like the angle of this shot!

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  4. Beautiful sky above an interesting tower. Makes me a little dizzy to even view!

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  5. I thought of doing a Campanile myself this week, then thought I would save it for another week and do my Seaplane instead. Great shot and nice sky as well:)

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  6. Great skywatch! Love that perspective.

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  7. Nice perspective, this shot with very crisp lines. Good subject for a SW photo.

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  8. Great! This is the third tower photo I've seen so far today.

    Anyway, here's visiting late for SWF. Hope to see you around.

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  9. Do they still play the bells?

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  10. I could see keeping some prisoners in there (bars on the windows). The last time I went up into a "Campanile" was the one at the University of California in Berkeley (now not such a good place to go with the demonstrations in Oakland). The bells must be magnificent! What type of tunes do they play?

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