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Late winter evening in Lagera
Sofia

The walking alley at "Boris III" boulevard is alive 24/7. This place in Lagera is just three kilometers away from the center of Sofia. At that time people are coming back from work or hurrying back home from the local supermarket. One can see bicyclists on the alley during the day and even at warmer nights. As the panorama is shot with slow shutter speed, the passing by cars on the boulevard are "invisible".

Copyright: Branimir minkov
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Uploaded: 11/03/2014
Updated: 24/03/2014
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