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The Waterfall at Kimmeridge Bay Dorset
England

This is a view of Kimmeridge Bay with a silhouette of the small waterfall there. The air was clear and the sun was shining brightly, and the pan was difficult to stitch as the images did not match precisely, as the sun was going in and out behind the clouds.

Copyright: Sophie morse
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9000x4500
Chargée: 28/02/2011
Mis à jour: 11/08/2014
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Tags: bay; waterfall; sea; wave; surf; silhouette
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