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COP15 Climate Labyrinth 20091216
Copenhagen

The environmental program under the United Nations and the Hard Rain project display the Climate Labyrinth and Hard Rain photo exhibition at Kongens Nytorv (literal translation: The Kings New Square) during the COP15 climate conference.

The walls of the climate labyrinth is made of banners, signed by the thousand of people around the globale, who has participated in the Seal The Deal campaign.

A low quality panorama, hand-held, with a lot of stitching errors. But time is of the essence. We are close to the solution many are waiting for.

Copyright: Leif nygaard eilertsen
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
上传: 16/12/2009
更新: 17/09/2014
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