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E Meteora Apr 28 2008
Greece

on my brief trip to Macedonia I had the chance to visit Meteora monastic complex.

It remained a good memory though crowded and very "touristic"

I hope I'll find the time to add more of the paoramas I made then with my dear Canon 350D with Sigma on Nodal Ninja 3 :).

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