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Wanagarren Nature Reserve by Night
Wanagarren Nature Reserve, half way between Lancelin and Cervantes, along the Indian Ocean Road. The rest point on the highway overlooks a plain of Grass Trees, as far as the eye can see. This photosphere captures the famed Grass Trees under star light. Date: 1st July 2016 Time: 7:30pm Location: Wanagarren Nature Reserve Camera: Nikon D750 Lens: Sigma 24mm ART Tripod Mount: Gigapan Epic Pro Settings: ISO3200 F1.8 25 sec x 80 frames
Copyright: Paean Ng
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 01/07/2016
上传: 25/07/2016


Tags: astronomy; forest; tree; stars; perth; australia; western australia
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