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Runners at the Caldera, Sierra Nevada, Spain
Spain

A three-day journey by the three highest mountains of Sierra Nevada (Veleta and Alcazaba Mulhacén) Spain. The first night we spent the night in the Caldera. The shelter was already occupied, so we planted the shops nearby. The cool night left us with two timelapses practice and a photo spherical.

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