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Pat Albright

Pedestrian and Vehicles - Part 2

Downtown Fort Worth, Texas, USA

March 17, 2006 0800a (UTC -6)

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Caption

On another street early Friday morning in downtown Fort Worth, Texas, the side walks, streets and parking lots were void of activity. Soon the side walks, streets and parking lots were full of busy activity. We know it is necessary for safey reasons to create a city design that separates cars, people and parking areas. These traffic divisions are called BORDERS between the Pedestrian and Vehicles.

In my panorama you will find an exploding star graphic with words written "18 March 2006". This is because that building is scheduled for IMPLOSION. The entire building will crash down into a big hole near the yellow excavating equipment. This is yet another example of a border between people and work space (or lack of a work place).
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Location

USA-Canada / USA-Texas

Lat: 32° 45' 7" N
Long: 97° 19' 51" W

Elevation: 610 feet MSL

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Equipment

Canon XT Rebel (350d), Sigma 8mm, Manfrotto 724B, Kaidan Kiwi 990 panhead, PTGUI, Panweaver4, Photo Shop CS2, and Pano2qtvr.
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