Norge Ski Jump, Batavia IL
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全景摄影师 Richard Drew EXPERT 日期和时间 19:35, 10/09/2011 - Views loading...


Norge Ski Jump, Batavia IL

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Shot over the back of the 70 meter jump. The jump is atop a 70 meter hill, and the hill is next to a valley. This creates a great elevation off the back of the jump for photos! I made this arm contraption just for this shoot.

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