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    Quote Originally Posted by George Riehm
    I always wish I had more time, but it is always a business trip.
    I really like the Yokohama area. My grandfather stopped on the docks there on his way back from China in the early 20th century (part of an expeditionary force); I still have a woman's wooden comb he picked up either in China or Japan at that time.
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    This is Riga railway bridge in Latvia. I took several photos with my Nikon 3100 as it's a wide bridge that spans the Daugava at its widest point. Believe it or not but this is only half of the bridge. The other half is off the frame (to the right) on the other side of the island situated midriver.

    I also enclose a satellite image of the river for comparison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhys
    This is Riga railway bridge in Latvia. I took several photos with my Nikon 3100 as it's a wide bridge that spans the Daugava at its widest point. Believe it or not but this is only half of the bridge. The other half is off the frame (to the right) on the other side of the island situated midriver..
    Great bridge, Rhys; here's a technical question: what is the darkish shadow in the left side of the picture?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norm in Fujino
    Great bridge, Rhys; here's a technical question: what is the darkish shadow in the left side of the picture?
    That's caused by Adobe Photoshop Elements mismatching the balance on 5 stitched photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhys
    This is Riga railway bridge in Latvia. I took several photos with my Nikon 3100 as it's a wide bridge that spans the Daugava at its widest point. Believe it or not but this is only half of the bridge. The other half is off the frame (to the right) on the other side of the island situated midriver.

    I also enclose a satellite image of the river for comparison.
    Tough stitching task. What lense?

    Here's a bridge taken from the Sea World tram a couple of weeks ago. Crosses the mouth to Mission Bay San Diego - a popular vacation hotspot. Nice time of year for lounging on the hotel beach chairs, thinking about a boat rental .... yeah, we thought about that all the way on the hussle to Sea World 2 days in a row.
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    how about this bridge? .. our version of golden gate...

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    Bridge over the Cumberland River at Cumberland Falls, KY.

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    Kharkiv. Ukraine. Olympus C-765UZ. March, 26, 2005
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    Really boring stuff compared to the interesting bridges I see here.




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    [QUOTE=Rex914]Really boring stuff compared to the interesting bridges I see here.

    Not so. I for one have never been out your way so there's at least one person you've entertained for a while !!
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