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Timisoara

360 degree pamphlet is this

after taking the shots for the Job Shadow Day I discovered a place of the building surrounded by mirror large glass walls, where I fooled around in several positions until I realized I'd love this panorama to have no shadows of mine :) and no reflexions

then I found funny the idea to place a face picture of myself on a flying bat and prepare it as some explanatory note for the entire panorama

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of course I'm a vampire :)

to be fair , in films two pieces of wood held as a cross may help ; in reality only the garlic works (as it's said to have marvelous benefits for the general health too)

The problems regarding the shades and of course mirroring are solved by mastering deceit and disguse, so daylight is not an impediment to action anymore

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Copyright: Valentin Arfire
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12530x6265
Uploaded: 13/03/2011
Updated: 07/10/2014
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