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GP101 Bristol Harbour and the SS Great Britain Sept 2010 by Keith Rodgerson

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Keith Rodgerson Keith Rodgerson
Explore score
1
Size
1.00 Gigapixels
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3452
Date added
Sep 01, 2010
Date taken
Sep 01, 2010
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Epic 100

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Another attempt to get a great shot of Bristol Harbour in good evening light. Taken from Cliftonwood Crescent.
This is known as the floating harbour because at low tide, the water is held in by giant lock gates.

The SS great Britain is the first iron ship to be propelled by a screw propellor. It was designed by the Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel and, when built, was the largest ship in the world. It was rescued from a watery grave in the Falkland Islands and returned to Bristol in 1970 to be restored to its current condition in the dock in which it was built.

See also:
www.gigapan.org/gigapans/29552/
www.gigapan.org/gigapans/39270/
Gigapan of 264 shots has at last proved that I've solved the rainbow shaped gigapan problem.
Taken on my Canon SX1 with a focal length of about 250mm


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