Reprojection of the Long Distance Train Station at the Airport of Frankfurt am Main.

This image is from the June page of my 2018 calender. This image shows a remapped photosphere and was taken inside the long distance train station of Frankfurt Airport. Reprojection is little planet (stereographic down).

Reprojection of the Long Distance Train Station at the Airport of Frankfurt am Main.
Reprojection of the Long Distance Train Station at the Airport of Frankfurt am Main.

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