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Euromast: a 360° panoramic view at sunset
Rotterdam

This is the 360° view that you have of the lower balcony of the Euromast in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The 360° photo was taken at sunset at an altitude of 92 meter and gives you an excellent view over the City of Rotterdam and it's skyline. The 360° image is taken by using a special photographic technique, developed by Willy Kaemena. This technique gave me the possibility to shoot an 'aerial panorama' from a tower.

Copyright: Littleplanet.nl - roelof de vries
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13096x6548
Uploaded: 24/12/2012
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: euromast; rotterdam; aerial; sunset; skyline; lights; the netherlands
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