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EXIF data. I have a plug-in on Google Chrome that allows me to hover my mouse over a photo in-browser, and it displays the EXIF data for me.

Barring that, you can download the image yourself onto your computer, right click -> properties, click on the "Details" tab, and all the info should be there for you.
Yep, This. EXIF.
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Whoa, talk about a panorama shot. So wide!
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