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An 18th century bronze statue believed to be of the Roman Emperor Trajan (mistakenly referred to as Julius Ceasar by several excited tourists who stopped for a selfie opportunity, and did not read the plaque). it is situated next to a section of the London Wall near of the Tower Hill underground station.
Better photography focussing on the whole right arm and left hand would most likely have produced a better end result.
Model was created from 269 photos (probably could of taken more) shot with a Nikon D5300 (using a 18-55mm kit lens) and aligned on High in Agisoft (using medium level dense cloud).
STATUE BELIEVED TO BE OF THE ROMAN EMPEROR TRAJAN / A.D. 98–117
IMPERATOR CAESAR NERVA TRAJANUS AUGUSTUS
PRESENTED BY THE TOWER HILL IMPROVEMENT TRUST AT THE
REQUEST OF THE REVEREND P.B. CLAYTON , CH.MC.DD.
FOUNDER PADRE OF TOC H
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