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File:Melbourne Skyline from Rialto Equirectangular Crop - Nov 2008.jpg


English: The Melbourne skyline as viewed from the Rialto Observatory on Collins St. This panorama spans facing north (left side) east (centre) to south (right side). Taken as a 2 x 5 segment panorama by myself with a Canon 5D and 17-40mm f/4L lens. This image is a crop of the original as per below.
Date 25th of November, 2008
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Author Diliff
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37° 49′ 6.45″ S, 144° 57′ 25.97″ E

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