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Beginnings (March 19-23, 2008)

Kresimir Zimonic

Casablanca

Michael Zander

Liether Kalkgrube

Klein Nordende, Germany

March 23rd, 2008 1 p.m. local

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The "Liether Kalkgrube" is a previous lime pit, where many other minerals surfaced. This is due to a giant, 4000 m deep salt floor, which raised and pressed all other layers to the surface. This way, the small pit reveals a look back, more than 250 million years in time - way back to the beginnings.
http://www.nsg-lieth.kulturgemeinschaft-tornesch.de/

http://pano.panoshade.de - my panorama page

Equipment

Manfrotto 303sph, Nikon D100, 12mm

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