Lagan River in Belfast
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Panoramic photo by Marek Koszorek EXPERT Taken 16:17, 15/12/2010 - Views loading...

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Lagan River in Belfast

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Photo was taken on 16th of December 2010, I went for a short walk along river. I did try three times to shoot this panorama... First time a tug boat showed up from noware and later amphibious bus for turists make my eforts go short...

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