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In The Timis River
Banat

May 11 2011 - a day by the river


Timis river - near Giroc

Inspired by a glorious sunny day, I took a ride to the river and managed to get those images

I have used SNS HDR Lite v 1.3.13 which gave a good sharpness to the images - though a little

irreal

for the "strange being" I saw a waterlily in which a kind of Kali bloomed :)

for the panorama in the river... the tripod needed 3 days to waste all the water but it surely worth it

all in all it was a wonderful day :)

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