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Photos: The artsy side of the wiki world

This panorama of the British Museum Reading Room consists of several shots taken with a Canon 5D and then stitched together in Adobe Photoshop CS2. When viewed in its highest resolution, the photo is sharp enough to reveal the detailed gold filigree above the windows. It was nominated for the "photography places" category.

The creator of the photo used in the British Museum entry of Wikipedia is listed as "Diliff."

Diliff

By Bill Detwiler

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