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Below Skattegårdsvägen
Sweden

Panorama photographed in the "tunnel" below the road Skattegårdsvägen, Tynnered, Göteborg, Sweden. My first try at a 360x180 panorama, shot handheld and bracketed. Unfortunately the difference between each exposure was to small so it looks a bit washed out in the lighter parts.

Copyright: Björn Bergström
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8772x4386
Uploaded: 15/05/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014
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Tags: sweden; göteborg; gothenburg; tynnered; skattegårdsvägen; juvelgatan; turkosgatan; city; tunnel
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