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Cibula Vincent

Transport as Necessity

Danube, Štúrovo, Slovakia

23 September 2012

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© 2012 Cibula Vincent, All Rights Reserved.

Caption

Transportation is necessary for the development of the contemporary world. Boat transport is an integral part of transportation. The largest European river, The Danube, has always been used as a natural environment, a source of water, even as an important thoroughfare. Water is a necessary condition of life on the planet. It is part of our environment. Protection of the waters against pollution and the efficient use of water resources is therefore a necessity, if we are to maintain acceptable living conditions, for future generations.

Doprava ako nevyhnutnosť rozvoja súčasného sveta. Lodná doprava je jeho neoddeliteľnou súčasťou, najmä námorná. Najväčšia európska rieka Dunaj sa odjakživa využíva ako prírodné životné prostredie, ako zdroj vody, aj ako dôležitá dopravná tepna. Voda je nevyhnutná podmienka života na planéte. Je súčasťou nášho životného prostredia. Ochrana vôd pred znečistením a efektívne využívanie vodných zdrojov je preto nevyhnutnosťou súčasnej doby, ak chceme zachovať prijateľné životné podmienky pre budúce generácie.

Location

Europe / Slovakia

Lat: 47° 47' 59" N
Long: 18° 43' 40" E

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Equipment

Caonon 1D mark IV, Peleng 8mm fisheye lens, 4 x portrait shot at - 10° + 1 zenith. manfrotto190 PRO Tripod, Pano-Maxx tripodhead.
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