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Oggi provato a farmi un auto-pano. Passo da questa strada spesso ma solo stamani mi è venuto a mente che avrei potuto tentare questo piccolo esperimento. Sono alle prime armi come "panografo" e ogni occasione è buona per fare esperienza, dunque terminata la mia uscita mattutina sono tornato a casa, ho messo la bici e la reflex in macchina e sono tornato sul posto ... risultato accettabile! Che ne dite? Today tried to make me an auto-pano. Transit this road often, but this morning I just came to mind that I could have groped this little experiment. The beginner as "panographer" and every occasion is good to get experience, then finished the morning I left I got home, I put the bike and the camera into the car and came back to a place ... acceptable result! What do you think?
Copyright: Stefano Gelli
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 25/04/2012
Uploadet: 25/04/2012
Opdateret: 28/03/2015


Tags: ciclismo; salita; bici; corsa; verde; campo; prato; giallo livorno
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