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Salinental
Germany

This shot was taken on a platform over the 'salinental' on the Emil Jakob Weg in april 2010. It was one of my first expirience with my brandnew Panoramahead Epic 100. It shows the health aerea of Bad Kreuznach/Germany where people come to rispire saltly fresh air.

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Tags: health; salt; mauntain; rotenfels; emil-jakob-weg; outdoors
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