hi Bob nice picture of the FREETH BRIDGE.nice to see you again.Best Wishes Roger
Hello Bob, You have some lovely photos on here, unfortunately they are untitled so I can't learn from them. Good Luck, Lewis
Not really sure I understand you. I do title my photos - but with over a thousand now, there's quite a backlog. Surely seeing the location on a map is enough.
What are you hoping the title would tell you?
Hello Bob, When I click onto one of your photos they are shown as Untitled, at a quick glance it is nice to see quickly what and where they are, as I said before you have taken some very nice photos and I appreciate them but it is nice to quickly see what and where they are. Cheers, Lewis
Sorry, you're probably not going to like this, but even when I title my pictures, the title is rarely descriptive.
Google Earth and Panoramio are tools for exploring by proxy - they should, ideally, make you want to visit the place you're studying. I think if you show a view, an aspect or something quirky, it should encourage research and maybe a visit to find out more.
Plenty of other people, notably the excellent Pedrocut, don't use Panoramio that way, but it's different people. I see the whole thing as being to provoke interest, not perform a documentation.
Bella inquadratura. foto bellissima. LIKE
Look at this Bob for a bit of Over Arching.
The Skew Arch of the Oxley Viaduct, a Grade II Listed Building
Here is a photo of the master brickwork!
Best wishes Peter
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Photo taken in Birmingham, West Midlands, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location