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Muzaffarabad, Azad Kashmir Stones n Scales

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This panorama depicts Scale of these massive stones. Three friends sitting on stones are physically well built. But they are looking like kids due to scale of these stones.

It was shot on my way to beautiful famous Banjosa Lake in Azad Kashmir, Pakistan. Massive giant boulder always fascinate me with their scales. To exactly show the massive scale feeling I included my travel partners.

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