Reprojection of Öxarárfoss

This image is a reprojected version of the panorama Standing at Öxarárfoss, a waterfall in Þingvellir national park (Iceland). The projection is “stereographic down”.

Reprojection of Öxarárfoss
Reprojection of Öxarárfoss
 
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