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Best Of 2009

(January 1st - December 30th, 2009)

Max Martin

Snowy Hillside

Keith Martin

Carny Ville

Bristol, UK

October 3, 2009, 23:45 GMT

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One Saturday early in October I got an email from a friend who creates weird & wonderful festival stages and structures. He said if I was near Bristol that evening to come to the Carny Ville, a kind of 'alt-circus' event being held in an abandoned firestation complex in the heart of the city.

I was in London but my youngest son's university accommodation was one block from there - so I jumped on the train and we both went to the event.

It was - well, spectacular is one word for it. Also weird and cool. What with the wall-walking girls half-way up the building, the creeping and stilt-walking 'creatures' wandering through the crowd (although not in this shot), and the utterly strange ringmaster directing everything, it felt a little like being in something Quentin Tarantino or David Lynch might have dreamed up.
Carny Ville at the panoramaphotographer.com site

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Location

Europe / UK-England

Lat: 51° 27' 26" N
Long: 2° 35' 34" W

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

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  • Nikon D3x
  • Nikkor 10.5mm lens (shaved)
  • 360Precision Atome panorama head
  • Manfrotto monopod
  • Phottix wireless remote

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