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Below Skattegårdsvägen
Sweden

Panorama fotat i "gångtunneln" under Skattegårdsvägen, Tynnered, Göteborg, Sverige. Mitt första försök på ett 360x180 panorama, fotat utan stativ och gafflat. Tyvärr använde jag inte tillräckligt stor skillnad mellan de olika exponeringarna så det ser lite väl ljust ut på sina håll.

Copyright: Björn bergström
Typ: Spherical
Resolution: 8772x4386
Uppladdad: 15/05/2012
Uppdaterad: 22/05/2012
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Tags: sweden; göteborg; gothenburg; tynnered; skattegårdsvägen; juvelgatan; turkosgatan; city; tunnel
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