Nocky Mountains Sunset
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Panoramic photo by René Pirker Taken 17:56, 28/08/2012 - Views loading...


Nocky Mountains Sunset

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On my way back from the Nassbodensee I crossed this little river and remembered that I wanted to take a 360 panorama. I turned around and saw that the sun will hide behind the mountains in some minutes, so perfect place and time.

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