St Andrew's Church, Tarvin
By Adam Bedington - 30th December 2013 6:00am
We recently spent this years summer holiday at "home" in Tarvin. Being a former resident I am rather fond of the village and' decided to use the unusually clement weather to take a few 360° Panorama photos. I started with the Roman Bridges and include it here
I intend to create further Panoramas of Tarvin in the near future,maybe at Christmas , which hopefully can add a new dimension to the website's collection of Tarvin's Images.
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To navigate around the picture use the 4 arrow keys on your keyboard or else "drag" the photo around the screen. Suggest you do either of these slowly to avoid getting dizzy!)
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