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(March 15-23, 2014)

James Gentles

10 Years of Kite Aerial Panoramas

Antonio Victor Garcia-Serrano, PhD

Good Evening Med - Last Winter Afternoon 2014

Elche (Alicante), Spain

19 March 2013, 18:36 CET

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© 2014 Antonio Victor Garcia-Serrano, PhD, All Rights Reserved.

"The last winter afternoon of 2014 at one of my favourite local beaches at the Mediterranean coast. It was late afternoon and the sun was lowering towards its setting. We were lucky at this spot of the world and had a beautiful mild day" (see The original WWP).

This pano has been shot at the same location where I captured my first World Wide Panorama contribution back in 2004. I have chosen this same location to, in a way, close a circle as it has been ten consecutive years shooting every equinox and solstice WWP event since the very first original event.

Looking back at all these years, things have changed: some for worse, and some for better. One of those good things to me has been the WWP which has definitively contributed to my development as a panoramic photographer, and for that I will always be indebted to all those behind it.

Happy decade to all of you! :)

Europe / Spain

Lat: 38° 14' 10.64" N
Long: 1° 31' 51.5" W

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Canon 5Dii + Canon 15mm fisheye
Nodalninja lens ring + monopod on top of tripod (about 2.5m)

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