Milky way over Danube

Milky way at the Iron Gate

Long exposure ,light painted 360 VR panorama

River Danube, Vinci, Serbia

Entrance to the Djerdap (Iron Gate) national park Iron Gate gorge lies between Romania in the north and Serbia in the south. At this point, the river separates the southern Carpathian Mountains from the northwestern foothills of the Balkan Mountains. The Romanian, Hungarian, Slovakian, Turkish, German and Bulgarian names literally mean "Iron Gates" and are used to name the entire range of gorges. An alternative Romanian name for the last part of the route is Defileul Dunării, "Danube Gorge". In Serbia, the gorge is known as Đerdap (Ђердап), with the last part named Đerdapska klisura. The Romanian side of the gorge constitutes the Iron Gates natural park, whereas the Serbian part constitutes the Đerdap national park.

Copyright: Boris mrdja
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 02/07/2012
Updated: 06/08/2014


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  • Evgeni Tcher 7 months ago
    Wow, it's realy impressive!!! What for Body and which lens have you used for this pano?
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