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Norman Shapiro

Fountains of Bellagio

Goran Sekulić

Petrovac

The Adriatic Coast of Montenegro

August 1, 2006 - 14:15 UTC (15:15 local time)

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Petrovac - The Adriatic Coast of Montenegro



The blue above the blue - the most beatiful sea and the sky in the world...

An ordinary summer aftrnoon in August on the Montenegrin coast. And those who would like to see the outlook of the small port seen from the Looking site above (and we can see it in the way of the sun at the panorama), please look trought this page.
http://www.panorama.users.cg.yu/quicktime.html

http://www.panorama.users.cg.yu/

Location

Europe / Serbia and Montenegro

Lat: 42° 12' 24.48" N
Long: 18° 56' 20.76" E

Elevation: 0

→ maps.google.com [EXT]

Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Equipment

Equipment: Nikon CP5700 "on hand", PanoTools, PTLens, Enblend, Pano2QTVR

Za one koji ne znaju engleski.

Petrovac - Crnogorska obala



Plavo iznad plavog, najljepše plavo more i nebo na svijetu...

Jedno sasvim obično ljetnje avgustovsko popodne na crnogorskoj obali. A oni koji žele da vide kako ova mala luka izgleda sa obližnjeg vidikovca koji je nadvisuje (a vidimo ga u pravcu sunca na panorami) neka pogleda ovu stranu.

Oprema: Nikon CP5700 "iz ruke", PanoTools, PTLens, Enblend, Pano2QTVR

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