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First attempt using a home made pano tripod head, 32 shots stitched with Ptgui. Was taken about a third of the way along the southern breakwater at outer harbor in Port Adelaide just after the sunset during winter time after a cold but clear day. Couldn't get the nadir and zenith shots as the pano head was interfering with the camera lens which limited vertical movement

Copyright: Richard kozuszko
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Uploaded: 01/08/2013
Updated: 05/08/2013
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Tags: outer harbor; port adelaide; port river; south australia; break water
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