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30 feet up in Selfoss Hotel
Iceland

Testing for the first time the Nodal Ninja Pole Series 3 30ft (9m) pole. This was taking at the International Panoramic Photography Conference in Selfoss Iceland 2013. Here with pole fully extended we capture people on all four floors. Due to photographer error (actually camera was damaged) image is softer than desired.

Copyright: Bill Bailey
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Resolution: 11478x5739
Uploaded: 17/06/2013
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: nodal ninja; aerial pole; iceland; selfoss; pole; group photo; bill bailey
  • Jaime Brotons over 1 year ago
    Well done Bill, this is a difficult spot for this pole, i need to upgrade my pole!
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