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(June 16–21, 2005)

Tobias Port

Beneath the Clouds at Mundaring Weir

Piotr Popik

The Confluence of Raba and Wisla Rivers

Malopolska, Southern Poland

04-JUN-2005 12:35 PM local time

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© 2005 Piotr Popik, All Rights Reserved.

The river on the left side is Wisla, the main river of Poland. The one on the right side is Raba, one of the main rivers of southern Poland.

Raba joins Wisla about 40 kilometers form Krakow. I thought that the place the rivers joins is quite unique, because it is easy to ask someone, 'hey, lets meet each other where Raba meets Wisla'! This has been, and will be true -- even many years form now.

See Wisla river far from here on Adam Robinski's wwp605 panorama site

Europe / Poland

Lat: 50° 8' 14.4" N
Long: 20° 30' 31.2" E

Elevation: 183

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

The panorama was taken with Peleng MC f3.5/8 mm lens (HOV 165.5 degrees) on Canon EOS D-Rebel. The panorama was stitched with 4 pictures in portrait mode + zenith and nadir. Helmut Dersch Panorama Tools (PTGui) was used. Erik Krause 'Contrast Optimization v 1.3' action, Autopano and Enblend as well as Gimp 2.2 ability to create Text Circle were all of great help. Converted to QT with PanoCube Plus.

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