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(December 17-21, 2004)

Christopher Glick

View from "Castle Mountain"

Bernd Gitte

AWD Dome

Bremen, in the north of Germany

18th December 2004, 14:00

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© 2004 Bernd Gitte, All Rights Reserved.

This is a panorama taken at the public re-opening of the enlarged and renovated place to worship "stardom" in Bremen. As a sign of time the name has changed as well: from "Cityhall Bremen" to "AWD - Dome", where AWD stands for the initials of the sponsoring Company. As this opening coincided with the date given for the equinox shoot-out under the theme of 'Sanctuary" I considered this a worthwhile contribution in order to make my point that society is changing here in the first world towards the values of fame and money, thus cinemas and places like this become a new meaning.

Europe / Germany

Lat: 53° 5' 17" N
Long: 8° 49' 0" E

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Leica Digilux1, Manfrotto 303SPH, Mac
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made
My problem is still with the amount of images, I changed to a 15 images basic sweep with two additional rows at +40 and -40 and a top and bottom row with every 3rd stop=5 images - so overall its 3 times 15 plus 10 = 55images.

That's in theory, for this particular panorama I had to give up the very bottom because the lights went down for the lasershow. It was already dark in general so that I had to use 1/4 sec at f8.

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