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(September, 2004)

Hans Nyberg †

The Bridge over the River Gudenåen - Langå-broerne

Andrew Nemeth

South Pylon lookout, Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney, NSW, Australia

15:20pm Sydney Time, 21st September 2004

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© 2004 Andrew Nemeth, All Rights Reserved.

The view from the northeastern side of the South Pylon Lookout on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the tallest public lookout in Sydney for thirty years (1932-62).

The bridge itself was built from Dec 1926 to Sep 1931, and opened on March 19th 1932. It is 1149m long and handles approximately 160 000 cars each day. The steel arch is 134m tall and spans 503m. It was designed by Dr John Job Crew Bradfield (1867-1943), and the design was specifically chosen because it looked "strong & dramatic". The design was also inspired by the NYC Hell Gate Bridge.

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Leica 16mm fisheye lens; Leica M6TTL camera; Kodak Supra 200 film; stitched and extensively retouched by hand using PTools plug-ins and Photoshop CS

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