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2013 Fur Rondy Snow Sculptures 06
Alaska

Here is a series of panos from the 2013 Fur Rondy Snow Sculptures down by Ship Creek. I took ten panos trying to capture as much of the competition as I could. I admit I should have taken more, but it was starting to get crowded down there making it more and more difficult to take the panos. Besides, I wanted a little time to enjoy them myself. Great job and thanks to all the people who worked on the sculptures.

Copyright: Scott Harper
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12660x6330
Taken: 24/02/2013
Загружена: 28/02/2013
Обновлено: 04/04/2015
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Tags: anchorage; alaska; fur rondy; snow sculpture; winter; snow
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