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Pizza is ready!
Brandenburg an der Havel

Microwave oven from the view of a pizza...

Copyright: Ingo tolks
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8600x4300
Uploaded: 25/12/2012
Updated: 07/05/2014
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Tags: microwave; oven; pizza; fridge; disch; washer; kühlschrank; waschmaschine; geschirrspüler; mikrowelle; küche; kitchen
  • rhein-ruhr 360° over 1 year ago
    Super gemacht !! Vor allem Fasziniert mich wie man DIESE Art von Aufnahmen überhaupt Fotografiert. Na ja vielleicht lern ich DAS auch noch denn, Ideen dazu hätte ich genug. Beste Grüße von: rhein-ruhr 360°
  • Bay Area VR over 1 year ago
    Very well done! Fascinating image!
  • Rybalkin Denis over 1 year ago
    Cool.
  • Eric Walker over 1 year ago
    How in the WORLD did you do this???
  • Luis Erantzcani over 1 year ago
    ¡Master work!, it's among my favorites...
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