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This is a view of Saint Hilaire from the top of the Saint Hilaire Mount in Quebec, Canada. It actually is a montage of 6 photos (no fish eye, no wide angle...). The original image is huge...
Mont Saint-Hilaire is a steep-sided circular formation rising some 250 meters above the Saint Lawrence plain. It comprises one of the last remnants of old growth deciduous forest in Quebec and hosts many rare and endangered species. It is located about 32 km east of Montreal.
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I used a similar technique to make this image: