HDR in Tallinn: Old Town

by admin on Aug 27, 2012

This is a typical street view from Tallinn’s Old Town. Cobblestones, narrow streets, old and a bit worn buildings. Also notice the street signs. It says “Kiriku” which translates to “Church”. But there’s no “street” or “road” in the end. That’s the way how Estonians mark their street names. Just the actual name, not indications whether it’s street or road or avenue. That’s cool.

HDR photography shot of typical street view in Tallinn's Old Town (Vana Linn).

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