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On Top of Mt Annupuri Hut
Hokkaido

Not one of my finest panoramas ever but what the hell - a clone hear and sprinkle of Photoshop magic there and whola ! a pano.

Still struggling with zenith cloudy shots...anyway enough about me.

This was shot on a sweeeet afternoon where you could see for miles and miles as they say. The greater Niseko region - enoy !

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