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Mountain Bike iPhone Pano
Australia

A panorama shot with a fisheye lens on an iPhone 5 stitched with Hugin.

At the top of Ripleys trail.

Copyright: Rich Powell
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 3000x1500
Taken: 24/10/2012
Uploaded: 24/10/2012
Updated: 26/10/2012
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Tags: daisy hill; australian; queensland; brisbane; forest; bush; morning; bike; mtb; mountain bike
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