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Best of 2013

(January 1st — December 31st, 2013)

Ramiro Posada

Fonda los Recuerdos

Piotr Popik

Cemetery Number 60

Malastowska Mountain Pass, Poland

2013-10-20 16:14

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Cemetery number 60 , Malastowska Mountain Pass (Cmentarz numer 60, Przełęcz Małastowska). On May 2nd, 1915, on the line ranging from Regetów to Dunajec river mouth, 217,000 soldiers of Austro-Hungarian and German armies started Gorlice–Tarnów Offensive ( Bitwę pod Gorlicami ) with 80,000 Russian soldiers. This battle was crucial to the fate of the First World War. Approximately 61,000 soldiers have died, and are buried on 365 military cemeteries nearby. This Cemetery number 60 contains the graves of 174 Austrian, German, Hungarian, Jewish, Polish and Russian soldiers.

Europe / Poland

Lat: 49° 32' 40.95" N
Long: 21° 14' 34.9" E

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

The panorama was taken with Peleng MC f 3.5/8 mm lens (set at f 8, ~ 2 m) on Canon EOS 20D camera, (set at: 1/250 s), ISO 400). The panorama was stitched with 6 images (5 around plus zenith) using Professor’s Helmut Dersch Panorama Tools (PTGui 4.1 graphical interface). I used 16 bit source images. Autopano and Enblend, as well as Gimp's ability to create Text Circle Logo were all of great help. Equi-rectangular image was created with registered version 1.6.6 of Pano2QTVR pro.

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