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The garden of caves of Cambrai, behind the palace of caves
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This is a view from the garden of caves of Cambrai. This artificial cave is located behind the palace of caves. The shot was taken in may 2010, at the end of the afternoon. Panorama made in HDR version (enfuse).

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Tags: caves; grottoes; wood; trees; garden of caves; park; nature; cambrai; france; hdr; enfuse
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