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Lake Mandejärvi
Sweden

Day 5, continued: Lake Mandejärvi, welcome to the internet — The problem with taking a good panorama of a typical Swedish lake is that there are so many lakes, each one better than the last, until of course you pass by the best one of them all, though you might not know it at the time. So I've had to make some difficult choices, driving by some wonderful specimens on the assumption that more and better lies ahead. Read on...

During August 2008 I spent 17 days driving around Sweden in the single-minded pursuit of one good 360-degree panorama per day, posting the results daily to the Panoramic Sweden blog.

Copyright: Stefan geens
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Uploaded: 23/11/2008
Updated: 14/04/2012
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