Colindres Panorama

December 20, 2006 By: erik Category: Colindres, Flickr, House, Photos, Stuff I Found 786 views

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I stumbled upon this picture of my town on Flickr today.

Colindres panorama

Colindres Panorama – A panorama of Colindres and the surrounding area.

I especially like this picture because my house is so clearly visible. Take a look at the 5612×1743 version.

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This is our house zoomed in on the 5612×1743 version.

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Our house from street level.

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A strict outline of the windows that belong to our apartment. Go back up to the big picture and see if you can pick it out.

Notice that this picture is geotagged. You can click the link on this page to see the exact spot that it was taken from on a map.

Another feature to notice is that, at the far left of the panorama, you can see, almost edge-on, the bridge that appears at the bottom left of my blog header. Since my blog header picture is looking almost due north, this panorama is looking a little bit north of due west.

 
  • Uncle Neil

    What is just above your place? Does someone live there?

  • http://www.erik-rasmussen.com/ erik

    Yes. It’s an “attic” apartment that you get to from the entrance on the other side of the building. I wouldn’t want to live there because of the steeply sloping walls that really cut off your usable floorspace.

    They do, however have access to walk out on top of the white structure that goes out to the left on the picture with the red lines. From there, the view must be incredible.

    We can actually get out one of those barred windows and out onto the red tiles. The one thing our flat lacks is a nice balcony. It would be awesome if we could make a flat spot out there to be on. Unfortunately, the building codes would prevent it.

    And yes, someone does live right above us. The two upper right windows you see is our bedroom, and there is a 3 or 4 year old that scampers about above our bedroom in the mornings sometimes. Clop-clop-clop-clop! I’m judging the child’s age solely from the frequency of the steps.