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A "black monday" in Swansfield
Switzerland

This pano represents the death of my Sigma 8mm F3.5 and Canon 350D. After this shot, the cam is tropped down in the lake of zurich after 10m free rotating fall from this nadir to the water.

:-(   Sh** happens...

So, my next shot will be taken with a new equipment. And an assurance.

:-)

Copyright: Marc gruber
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Uploaded: 23/02/2010
Updated: 25/02/2012
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