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Poloniny Bieszczadzkie - Bieszczady HDR

Połoniny bieszczadzkie. Fotografia HDR wykonana 31 października 2010 roku przy bezchmurnej niemal pogodzie, niestety podczas bardzo silnego wiatru. Tak silnego, że bardzo trudno było uzyskać HDR'a bo wszystko  kołysało się  od wiatru (  łącznie ze mną ). Wiatr dochodził do 90 km/h.

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Caricate: 06/11/2010
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