On the path - Bucegi Mountains
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On the path - Bucegi Mountains

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Going from the Romanian Sfinx to the Crucea Caraiman in the Bucegi Mountains from Romanian Carpati, I took a series of images with a handheld pole. Canon 5D+Tokina10-17 @ 13mm. August 2012

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A: Bucegi Sphinx in the Winter

by Marek Koszorek, 2.1 km away

Bucegi Sphinx in the Winter

B: The Sphinx

by Eugen Festeu, 2.1 km away

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The Sphinx

C: The Sphinx - back side

by Eugen Festeu, 2.1 km away

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The Sphinx - back side

D: The Sphinx of Bucegi

by Laurentiu Rusu, 2.1 km away

Formed by wind erosion as a human head shape, the megalithic stone known as The Sphinx is one of the ...

The Sphinx of Bucegi

E: the Romanian Sphinx

by Valentin Arfire, 2.1 km away

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sphinx_(Romania) Sphinx (Romania)From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSp...

the Romanian Sphinx

F: Babele - "Old ladies"

by Eugen Festeu, 2.1 km away

http://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/V%C3%A2rful_Babele,_Mun%C8%9Bii_Bucegi

Babele - "Old ladies"

G: Babele, Bucegi Mountains

by Eugen Festeu, 2.1 km away

http://ro.wikipedia.org/wiki/V%C3%A2rful_Babele,_Mun%C8%9Bii_Bucegi

Babele, Bucegi Mountains

H: Towards Crucea Caraiman in Bucegi mountains

by Valentin Arfire, 2.2 km away

Going from the Romanian Sfinx to the Crucea Caraiman in the Bucegi Mountains from Romanian Carpati, I...

Towards Crucea Caraiman in Bucegi mountains

I: Bucegi Mountains

by Marek Koszorek, 2.4 km away

Bucegi Mountains

J: Bucegi Mountains

by Marek Koszorek, 2.8 km away

Bucegi Mountains

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