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Pat Albright

Spring Travel Part 2

Fort Worth, Texas, USA

16 March 2016 11:50a North Texas Time UTC -6

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Spring rains are collected in Fort Worth residential storm collection systems and flow down into Clear Fork of the Trinity River. The Trinity River travels Southward to near Galveston, Texas and is discharge into the Gulf of Mexico.

The Trinity River is a 710-mile-long (1,140 km) river that is the longest river that flows entirely within the U.S. state of Texas. It rises in extreme northern Texas, a few miles south of the Red River. The headwaters are separated by the high bluffs on the southern side of the Red River.

Also see Spring Travel Part 1
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Lat: 32° 39' 39.39" N
Long: 98° 23' 14" W

Elevation: 772 feet above Mean Sea Level

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Ricoh Theta S 1.2mm dual 190° full circle fisheye lenses. Self stitching firmware. 6"(15cm) Table tripod. PTgui Pro, Pano2vr Pro version 5.0 final. Photoshop CS6 (non CC).

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