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Panoramic photo by Yury Rybalskiy EXPERT Taken 19:25, 18/10/2013 - Views loading...

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Long Beach, Vancouver Island

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Long Beach is located in the Pacific Rim National Park on the Vancouver Island in British Columbia, Canada. This gorgeous place in one of the finest gems in Canadian handful of natural wonders.

The panorama was taken using kite aerial photography technique.

  • Yury Rybalskiy 9 months ago
    Thanks buddy!
  • Evgen 9 months ago
    Nice pano and I like the colors. I was there a few years back very peacefuller place and not crowded.
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