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Timisoara Cemetery at Dawn 10
Timisoara
I came here during the 2008 Panotools Meeting. One very early morning, we woke up and made our way to this vast cemetery. When we arrived it was still pitch dark. The cemetery was lit only by the fire of the unknown soldier memorial. Then, a dog came and made it very well-known that we were not welcome. Believe me, being loudly escorted out of a fire-lit cemetery by a giant dog before sunrise is a little bit frightening. Anyway, we made our way back into the cemetery as the sky lightened, and made some nice panos. The dog didn't bother us again.
Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
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Uploaded: 09/06/2010
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