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Timisoara, Summer 2009 - 101
Timisoara
I visited Timisoara, Romania in the summer of 2009 to attend the annual Panotools Meeting. I had a lovely time in this city. I found it to be somehow a strange cross between Russia and Mexico - in a good way. Romania has a rather wild nature compared with its neighbors to the west, which I enjoyed. These panoramas were all shot handheld and processed completely automatically as one of my early experiments in automatic panorama stitching.
Copyright: Jeffrey martin
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Uploaded: 24/08/2009
Updated: 05/06/2014
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