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(March 14–24, 2013)

Chas Adlard

The Vast Scale of Eternity

Russ Addie

"Let the Kids Play"

Prince and James St., Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA

20 March 2013, 1:15 PM

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My take on scale is this scale bronze casting of children at the Lancaster Rotary Park. The Lancaster Rotary Club with support from Lancaster Historical Society, the City, the James Street Improvement District and the Lancaster Alliance unveiled a new Rotary Park and sculpture on October 5, 2005. The park is located at the intersection of Prince and James. The sculpture depicts children grabbing the end of a bat to settle a dispute or decide the first at bat. It is titled, "Let the Kids Play" and also allows for another person to join in.


USA-Canada / USA-Pennsylvania

Lat: 40° 2' 44.31" N
Long: 77° 19' 34.75" W

Elevation: 116m

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Canon 4Ti, Costal Optics lens, manfrito tripod, photoshop, Pano2vr, PTGui

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