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Yew Tree Road Bridge
England

Yew Tree Road Bridge on the Fallowfield Loop cycle path in Withington, Manchester, United Kingdom. Taken handheld with Pentax K-7 and a Pentax 10-17mm fisheye lens. Processed in Autopano Pro.

Copyright: Karel Hladky
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6440x3220
上传: 13/11/2010
更新: 20/08/2014
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Tags: cycle path; bridge; fallowfield loop
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