The corner of Okechobee Blvd and Dixie Hwy in West Palm Beach, Fl

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    I took a couple of panoramic photos today. Hope you all enjoy. There are a couple of quirks in them... They are fun to search for!

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    Looks like you had some time to play. ;)

    1. you moved some buildings around

    2. the wall in the second shot is not in the first shot


    Were you shooting from a parking structure across the way?

    Did you move from one location to another a little closer to the buildings on the right hand side of the first shot?
     
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    lol no.

    The first photo is of Okeechobee Blvd (looking north), and the second is of Dixie Highway (looking east). Sorry, I should have been more descriptive. The intersection on the right of the first photo and the left of the second photo is actually the same intersection.

    Here is one of the quirks I mentioned: The red car(s) turning left at the light are actually all the same car.
     
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    Looking at the photos again, I see exactly how flat it is by you. Where I live, even though very close to the ocean it is very hilly.
    Ten miles to the southeast, and it becomes flat. Fifteen miles to the northwest, and it starts the foothills of the Catskill mountains and the Appalachian mountain range.

    Even the avenues of NYC are not as flat.:mrgreen:
     
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    The tallest mountains we have here are made of our trash.
     

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