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Peter O'Donnell

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Peter Nyfeler

Church of Sertig

In a side valley of Davos, Switzerland

December 20, 2004 - 15:58 (GMT + 01:00)

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© 2004 Peter Nyfeler, All Rights Reserved.


Sertig is a very nice side valley to the main valley of Davos. Only a few people live there during the whole year. Every time, when I come to this place, I feel the spirit, the power and the silence. The church of Sertig is a little juwel, built in 1699. My wonderful wife and I have married in this church in 1997. This is the second reason, why this place is a sanctuary for me. It was a very cold day (-15 degree celsius) without clouds in the sky. For additional fullscreen panoramas, have a look at Sanctuary Panoramas Special thanks to Mrs. Jost. She was so kind and spontaneous to open the church for these panoramas. During this time she was busy with decorating the church for the following children's Christmas celebration. Peter Nyfeler
Homepage Davos



Europe / Switzerland

Lat: 46° 43' 31" N
Long: 9° 50' 51" E

Elevation: 1861 m

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Software: Photoshop CS, PTGui, PanoTools, Enblend, Autopano, PanoCube+
Hardware: Nikon D70, Nikkor 10.5 mm, selfmade panonorama head, Manfrotto monopod
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