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Karijini Weano Waterfall - Four Gorges
Australia
Copyright: Tomasz Makarewicz
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 14672x7336
Uploaded: 03/06/2013
Updated: 11/08/2014
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Tags: karijini; national park; weano; gorge; waterfall; pool; cliff; rocks; four gorges; red gorge; makarewicz
  • Barb Comstock about 1 year ago
    Beautiful... it reminds me of Zion National Park in Utah. Lovely sandstone ribbon rock. It was very enjoyable playing with the 360 degree panorama.... except when I spun it and got motion sick! Hahahaha.
  • David Rowley over 1 year ago
    Nice work Tomasz. Hope you managed to keep your camera dry! I borrowed one of Pete's pelican cases to get my gear through and it managed to leak a bit... Mind you Pete did throw it and my camera off of the falls at knox gorge!
  • haga over 1 year ago
    this is more of an art than simple photography.. I will tell my friends about this site so they can enjoy it, too..
  • Richard Chesher over 1 year ago
    Wow, some adventure, nice perspective, I'm wondering if the water was chilly. For some reason your description of the image is not visible on the page - although I can see from the thumbnails below that you did make one.
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