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Flying above the water
Utrecht
Shot at an altitude of 12m above the Amsterdam Rijnkanaal near Utrecht, Houten and Nieuwegein in The Netherlands. The panorama is taken from an octocopter which was hovering above the water while I took the panoramic image. The panoramic image is used in a visualisation of a brigde that will be constructed at this specific place.
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