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Game of thrones - Casterly Rock (Inside Fort Lovrjenac, Dubrovnik)
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Panorama is hand held made with d700 and Samyang 8 mm, 3,5 without petals, $ exp , 2+2, -+ 10 degres, with plumbob. Tonal values edited with Camera Raw and Photoshop. Nadir is not edited

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