Winter Dream Sunset on Krvavec
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Panoramic photo by Gregor Kervina EXPERT Taken 18:39, 05/01/2010 - Views loading...

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Winter Dream Sunset on Krvavec

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I made this panorama near the Krvavec ski resort. It is challenging to shoot 360 in snow if you want to cover all your tracks.

Krvavec is an impressive, mainly intermediate ski resort near Kranj and Ljubljana with between 1,450m and 1,971m of altitude, from three distinct summits.

  • Daniel Christaldi 2 months ago
    thank you, Thank you, THANK YOU!... for keeping your footprints out of this wonderful image. The image now seems personal to the viewer. I feel like I floated there myself! Well done.
  • wen dunjing 8 months ago
    OK!!
  • MoUzEs- Maciej J. Lorek over 1 year ago
    Beautifull winter, very good panorama!I like!Best regards from Denmark
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