Panoramas of the World


Grampians National Park I

This national park, the second largest in Victoria, with its sandstone formations, waterfalls, and meadows, attracts hikers in particular.

A small low mountain range, with mountains as high as approximately 1000 meters,form the center of the national park. The mountains are the western part of the Australian coastal mountains of the "Great Dividing Range". It was formed about 400 million years ago by enormous earthquakes. The main settlement of the national park is Hall's Gap, with about 400 inhabitants.

There is another panorama picture of the national park to be found here.

Date: 15th January 2003 - 7.07 pm
Number of Photos: 3
Definition: 2560 x 1704
Camera: Nikon Coolpix 5000 + FC-E9
Software: PPanorama Tools, PTGui, Photoshop, Pure Tools
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You will then see where the panorama picture
was taken on a satellite photograph.
Google Earth can be downloaded here.

Copyright 2010 Thomas Heuzeroth
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