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Dani Fuchs

From Winter to Spring

Martin Frech

Teltowkanal

Canal Bank Near Paul-Gerhardt-Straße, Teltow-Seehof, Germany

March 18, 2006 -- 14:00-14:15 MEZ (13:00-13:15 UTC)

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© 2006 Martin Frech, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

The section of the Teltowkanal shown in the panorama marks the boundary between the German federal states Berlin and Brandenburg. A few years ago, this section of the canal was the border between the two German states and thus part of the Iron Curtain. It then would have been virtually impossible for me to take this photograph.

This is my first pinhole pano (pp). Once again, as in almost all my Wrinkle-/WWP-contributions, I have chosen a motif which relates to the area where I live and work.
Links to my former Wrinkle-/WWP-contributions

http://www.medienfrech.de/

Location

Europe / Germany

Lat: 52° 24' 51.89" N
Long: 13° 17' 41.89" E

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

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Equipment

11 pictures taken with a modified Agfa Click II (Pinhole diameter = 0.3 mm, f/186) mounted on a Calumet Tripod Head on a Manfrotto Tripod | Ilford FP4 plus (roll film) | exp. time 1 min. (for each picture) | Agfa Rodinal 1+25, 9 min @ 20 °C | Epson Perfection 3200 Photo | Epson Scan, Photoshop, PanoTools/PTGui, Enblend, QTVR Authoring Studio, QuickTime Player
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