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Spring Sunset Above Radenthein II
Austria
My second 360° panorama from where I live, this time made out of 9 different exposures with 10 different stacks.
Copyright: René pirker
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 8000x3999
上传: 27/03/2012
更新: 28/03/2012
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Tags: radenthein; kärnten; Österreich; 360; carnthia; austria; sunset; sonnenuntergang; sonne; frühling; mitterberg; rene; pi; häuser; landschaft; mirnock; millstätter see; mountain; clouds; sky; himmel; wolken; gras; wiese
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