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Evening at Pyramid Lake with a Dead Pelican
Nevada

This is one of the coolest panoramas I've managed to luck into so far.  The annular eclipse of May 2012 had just ended, or was ending, and we went to look at the lake.  The dead pelican was cool, and the view was unbelieveable.  I couldn't pass it up!  Neither could the other photographer off to the east.

Copyright: Joe griffin
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Resolution: 6688x3344
Uploadet: 22/05/2012
Opdateret: 23/07/2014
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Tags: dead; pelican; pyramid lake; sunset; evening; alpenglow; hdr
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