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Towards Crucea Caraiman in Bucegi mountains
Romania
Going from the Romanian Sfinx to the Crucea Caraiman in the Bucegi Mountains from Romanian Carpati, I took a series of images with a handheld pole. Canon 5D+Tokina10-17 @ 13mm. August 2012
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