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Riding Shotgun

John J Housser

Crossing the Yangtze River

Jiangsu Province, China

September 24, 2006 - 16:00

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© 2006 John J Housser, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Recently I had the opportunity to travel with my father and a group to China. The group was to visit Cathay Forest Products, which is a company that grows trees in China, mainly around Shanghai. We spent several days visiting plantations, paper mills, and various places of interest. This panorama was created on board a ferry that was taking us across the Yangtze River back towards Shanghai. The ferry is transporting us (the people), as well as our cars. We are crossing the river which serves to transport natural resources, as well as industrial and commercial trade resources. Along the river you can see the shipping lane we are cutting through, and all of the other barges and transportation ships.

I am still refining my techniques with monopod panoramas, so please excuse any errors I was unable to get rid of (time is always a challenge as well!).
Housser.ca

Location

Asia / China

Lat: 32° 1' 17.09" N
Long: 120° 42' 53.73" E

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Precision is: Low. Intentionally hazy, due to privacy concerns.

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Equipment

Hardware: Canon 20D, Peleng 8mm, Panosaurus, Manfrotto Monopod

Software: C1 Pro, PTGui, PS, Photomatix, Pano2QTVR
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