Eiffel Tower - Don't Look Down!

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    Taken with the amazing Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS.

    This camera is really awesome. So awesome, you should buy one right now from Amazon ($172 as of December '11).

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    1. eakoscinska 53 months ago | reply

      amazing shot! very well done! :)

    2. jensvins 53 months ago | reply

      Great angle :-)
      found with StumbleUpon

    3. Chris Sharratt 53 months ago | reply

      Wow, I hate heights, so this is very VERY awesome! Just has to be viewed large! Great work.

    4. pjjoet 53 months ago | reply

      Stumbled from Freeport, IL. Great photo. One of the most interesting perspective shots of the tower I've seen.

    5. Nico Mollet 53 months ago | reply

      @ogre31 : lol

      There aren't fire trucks, but red London buses...

    6. Ben_K_12 53 months ago | reply

      vertigineux :-)

    7. WayneWho? 53 months ago | reply

      wow..........that is amazing.....I am ON flickr but saw this on stumbledupon

    8. markosfrag 52 months ago | reply

      Do you sell a higher resolution? (for print)

    9. labsiong 52 months ago | reply

      Stunning Photographs to Refresh Your Mind

    10. jelii78 52 months ago | reply

      WOW! What a shot!

    11. jkairvar 50 months ago | reply

      excellent aerial perspective!
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    12. PriSemiC [deleted] 50 months ago | reply

      amazing perspective, when seen large, it really gets you dizzy!

    13. leizlyance 49 months ago | reply

      saw this on stumbleupon. (:
      pretty amazing.
      great shot. :D

    14. RUGRLN 45 months ago | reply

      This shot must have been scary to take...I only went halfway and it was scary tryna take a shot from there...I can't imagine form the top!
      Great shot nonetheless!

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