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Norikura Ushi Tome Ike
Japan

This is Ushi Tome Ike Norikura Highland.  Ushi tome means "remaining cow" in Japanese, I am not sure what it is called so.  This one of the panorama of Norikura highland I uploaded here in 360cities.com. 

This one is taken after a snowy night, not so much snow accumulate yet at this point (late november). 

Info: Canon 40D, Tokina 11-16mm, Nodal Ninja II, Manual, 24x3 bracketed photos (-2,0,2EV) in RAW. At the end I only used the properly exposed photos.

Copyright: H. Adi Saputra
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10000x5000
送信日: 26/11/2009
更新日: 11/09/2014
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Tags: canon; 40d; nature; norikura; japan; snow; beauty; cold; nagano; water; lake; pond; nodal ninja; tokina 11-16; tokina 116
  • Luis A. Romero Pavez (WroKeN) about 1 year ago
    Good with tokina :) Thanks for INFO
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