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Sunday Afternoon May 15 2011
Timisoara

On a wonderful Sunday afternoon (after some unbelieveble fruit pie) I felt inspired to get out and record


some of the beauty of the sunset over Bega. I took the pictures for two panoramas that you can enjoy

here. I also had my tea and some chapters of the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn carressed by a smooth

wind and the gentle rays of the sun :)
Later I thought that applying SNS HDR would add details and truthfulness; when seeing it was a little too

much, I had to just bent over the border of the real and turned the second picture to "almost"

monochrome.
A mercator projection may be seen here
http://www.artelista.com/en/artwork/7979318142468236-goodnight.html

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