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Tuesday, August 04, 2009



Very nice pic. It's amazing how little the skyline has changed - save for Atlantic Place, The Rooms, etc; and of course, no "bubble". And if you look really close, you'll see a line up at the Sundance.


Wow, the quality of that photo is excellent! Very sharp for 1900. Perhaps the photographer used a vibration reduction lens. It's very identifiably St. John's. What is surprising is that there aren't many ships in this section of the harbour.

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