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Izu Futo Divingspot Yokobama 2
Japan

伊豆・伊東市の富戸というところでダイビングに行って撮影しています。

ストロボを使わず撮影しましたので、見事に色が抜け落ちています。。
水深8m、透明度15mほどのはずですが、正確に記録は取っていないので、多少違っている可能性もあります。
水中パノは100%画像がつながった試しがないので、、完成までに結構手間取りますね。

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Copyright: Tsuyoshi Shimoyama
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 18/11/2012
Updated: 07/04/2014
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Tags: underwater; water; nature; marin; ito; izu; diving; yokobama; sea
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