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The City of Thunder Bay versus The Fort William First Nations

Florian Bertzbach

Peace and Violence

Bremen, Germany

March, 20 2006 at 08:50 pm

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© 2006 Florian Bertzbach, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

In the globalized world, we are living in, there are rules which must be respected in order not to hurt others – no matter if the discussion is about Islam and Christianity, or a neighbour who uses the grass cutter on Sundays at 7 AM.

In everyday life, you cannot live without regard to others, respect against the opinion of other people, and, furthermore, the statement and discussion with the members of our society.

To clear this out, I oversubscribed this daily picture in my panorama deliberately. The panorama consists of 11 single pictures which, in combination, tell a whole story. For the background I have chosen a farcical place at the harbour of Bremen in Northern Germany.I have overstepped many borders: The presentation not only of peace but also of violence, the photography overstepping the border of light and the play with the levels of sharpness and overlapping photos.

Location

Europe / Germany

Lat: 53° 6' 21.97" N
Long: 8° 44' 52.13" E

Elevation: 22ft

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Equipment

Nikon D200 set at Iso 100 and selftimer Manfrotto tripod with custom made panohead All pictures taken in RAW and converted with Pixmantec\RawShooter essentials 2006; stiched with ptgui 5.7; some very small correction with CS2; convertion to quicktime with pano2QTVR
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