White Easter in Bad Hindelang

Some impressions of Bad Hindelang on Easter Sunday. Over night fell about 10cm new snow. Between the clouds started to show some blue inbetween. This was just a quick handheld cylindrical I shot to capture the scenery. I took 6 portrait oriented images and stiched them.

White Easter in Bad Hindelang 2012
White Easter in Bad Hindelang 2012

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Camera Maker: SONY
Camera Model: NEX-5
Exposure Time: 1/2500
F-Number: 5.0
Focal Length: 18mm
Lens: Sony 18-55mm
ISO: 200

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