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Panoramic photo by Michiel Buijse Taken 14:35, 07/01/2014 - Views loading...

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HDR in the train

The World > Europe > Netherlands > Utrecht

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This is my first 360 pano. I know it's not perfect yet. But if you have any suggestions on how to shoot a good nadir shot with a crop sensor and a 8mm fisheye. 

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A: Dutch National Railway Museum in Christmas outfit

by Henk Keijzer, 80 meters away

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Dutch National Railway Museum in Christmas outfit

B: Lepelenburg Lasers

by Anton van Tetering, 270 meters away

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Lepelenburg Lasers

C: Lepelenburg

by Anton van Tetering, 310 meters away

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D: Utrecht Nieuwegracht from Quintijnsbrug

by Tom Baetsen, 380 meters away

As a result of the absence of commercial activity the Nieuwegracht always remained quiet, picturesque...

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E: Paulusbridge over the Nieuwegracht

by Anton van Tetering, 510 meters away

Paulusbridge over the Nieuwegracht

F: Pausdam snow covered

by Anton van Tetering, 570 meters away

Pausdam snow covered

G: Pausdam

by Anton van Tetering, 570 meters away

Pausdam

H: Pieterskerkhof snow covered

by Anton van Tetering, 590 meters away

Pieterskerkhof snow covered

I: Oudegracht

by Anton van Tetering, 660 meters away

The Oudegracht (lit. Old Canal) is the oldest canal in the centre of Utrecht. It is about 2 kilometer...

Oudegracht

J: Oudegracht in the evening

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This panorama was taken in Utrecht, Europe

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