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Panotools 2010 Mount Batten Pier 2 Plymouth Devon England Uk
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PanoTools 2010, On the Friday preceding the event we took a look around the Plymouth area - only to be met with fog coming in, but at least the views here complement the views taken from Mount Edgcumbe last year!

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