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Rocks to the west of Old Harry
England

This photograph was taken near Old Harry Rocks it was a hand held Panorama and the day was cloudy, I did not use HDR for this pan but I tried the get some detail to show in the sky using photoshop, it seemed to work quite well. Across Poole Bay you can see the Bournemouth coast.

Copyright: Sophie morse
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Resolution: 10000x5000
Uploaded: 16/07/2011
Atualizado: 11/08/2014
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Tags: rocks; sea; sky; grass; chalk
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