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In the mountains of Andorra

The road in the mountains of Andorra. It was captured in the begining of September 2012. The temperature was +8, so it was very cold to shoot this pano :)

In the north you can find funicular (cableway) that begins from Encamp.

It shooted with Canon 550D with Samyang 8mm lens + tripod with Nodal Ninja pano head.

Copyright: Andrey gorlachev
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Resolution: 5000x2500
Uploaded: 02/12/2012
Updated: 04/12/2012
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Tags: encamp; andorra; Андорра; Энкамп; горы; mountains; mountain road; горная дорога
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