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Nikko lightup 日光
Japan

One of the shrine around Nikko Tosyougu, in fall the shrines are often lightup up. Nikko area is also famous for fall foliage.

This pano was taken with a 11-16mm lens, on with a panohead and a tripod, that is why there are bits of incomplete people parts.  For photos with many people like this, it is usually best to take a panorama with a fisheye lens to minimize overlap therefore minimizing people incompleteness, or take multipe photos and then patch the impefection on photoshop.

Copyright: H. adi saputra
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上传: 23/10/2010
更新: 11/09/2014
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Tags: japan; tochigi; nikko; toshogu; shrine; unesco; world heritage; unique; travel
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