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Crete from above, rest area at the road to Thrypti
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This was taken at the road to "Thrypti" village near Ierapetra, at an altitude of 600meters. To the north you can see "Paxia Ammos", north east is "Agios Nikolaos".

Sony DSLR a200, Samyang 8mm, Digipod A2832, KS-0, Custom Panorama head.


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