Parkview in Timisoara - April 25 2011
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Parkview in Timisoara - April 25 2011

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on April 25th 2011 some members of the fotovest group of Timisoara made a short trip to a neighbouring village called Charlottenburg.

Equipment I have used: Canon 5D, Sigma 8/3.5mm and a pole

Just before getting home I took the shots for another panorama in the park.
The pole offers a higher perspective, often is opening the spaces over fences or small obstacles - at any rate the images are often more interesting.

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C: B panorama - January 2 - 2010

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D: Noiinfo 2010 panorama 3

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E: Noiinfo 2010 panorama 2

by Valentin Arfire, 200 meters away

http://info.tm.edu.ro/17 aprilie 2010editia XVII-a Liceul "Grigore Moisil" TimisoaraInspectoratul Sco...

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F: Noiinfo 2010 panorama 1

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http://info.tm.edu.ro/17 aprilie 2010editia XVII-a Liceul "Grigore Moisil" TimisoaraInspectoratul Sco...

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G: Noiinfo 2010 panorama 4

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http://info.tm.edu.ro/17 aprilie 2010editia XVII-a Liceul "Grigore Moisil" TimisoaraInspectoratul Sco...

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H: Noiinfo 2010 panorama 5

by Valentin Arfire, 220 meters away

http://info.tm.edu.ro/17 aprilie 2010editia XVII-a Liceul "Grigore Moisil" TimisoaraInspectoratul Sco...

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I: Crucii park winter

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J: C January 2nd 2011

by Valentin Arfire, 270 meters away

C January 2nd 2011

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