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Cirque de Gavarnie

"Circle de Gavarnie".

Made with 45 HDR pictures from Nikon D5100, without tripod.

"The Cirque de Gavarnie is a cirque in the central Pyrenees, in the Pyrenees National Park. The cirque is 800m wide (on the deepest point) and about 3000m wide at the top. Major features of the cirque are La Brèche de Roland and the Gavarnie Falls."

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Copyright: Emeric commenge
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 20708x10354
Uploaded: 07/09/2011
Updated: 07/11/2012


Tags: cirque; gavarnie; moutain; pyrenees; france; waterfall
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