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Fähranlegestelle in Caminha
Portugal

360 Grad Panoramaaufnahme aus 11 Teilbildern mit 8 mm Fisheye-Objektiv mit 1/500 sec. bei Blende 8,0 und ISO 100.

Das Bild wurde in Caminha an der Anlegestelle der Fähre nach Camposancos (Spanien) aufgenommen.
Das Städtchen Caminha liegt ca. 90 km nördlich von Porto an der Mündung des Flusses Rio Minho, der eine natürliche Grenze zu Spanien bildet.

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Copyright: Patrick conrad
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6912x3456
Hochgeladen: 11/12/2010
Aktualisiert: 15/08/2014
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Tags: ferry; landing; caminha; border; portugal; spain; minho
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