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Wapizagonke Lake, Mauricie Park
Province du Quebec

This picture was taken at Lake Wapizagonke in Mauricie Federal Park in Quebec.  This is a nice place where you can enjoy nice and pure fresh water.

Picture: Canon Rebel T1i (Raw)

Lens: Peleng 8mm

Multiple exposure (braketing) using a plumb bob (no tripod)

Software: Hugin, Gimp, UFraw 

OS: Ubuntu 11.04

Enjoy!

Copyright: Pierre André Bergeron
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 19/07/2011
Updated: 10/09/2014
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Tags: lake; park; beach; outdoors; mauricie; quebec; wapizagonke
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