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- Taken by
- Samuel David Sinclair
- Explore score
- 4.15 Gigapixels
- Date added
- February 11, 2011
- Date taken
- September 23, 2010
360° Panorama from "National Park Hohe Tauern", in Osttirol, Austria at 1683m height.
The photographs were made on Thursday, September 23, 2010 1:11 PM.
The "National Park Hohe Tauern" is the largest nature reserve of the Alps.
A wild, primeval landscape and a landscape cultivated by mountain farmers.
These are the two faces of the National Park Hohe Tauern. The nature reserve encompasses sweeping, primeval Alpine landscapes, such as glaciers, rock faces and turf, as well as mountain pasture landscapes which have been carefully and painstakingly cultivated for centuries.
The National Park Hohe Tauern was established in 1981 and is therefore Austria's first National Park. During the following decades the National Park, which covers parts of the three provinces of Carinthia, Salzburg and Tyrol, developed into the largest nature reserve in Central Europe, with an area of over 1,834 km2.
The photo was taken with a Canon digital camera. And is stitched with 780 individual images. With 20 rows and 39 columns. As tripod head, I used the Gigapan Epic 100.
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