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(September, 2004)

Robin Wilson

Linn of Dee

Kathy Wheeler

The Bethanga Bridge

Straddles the Hume Weir between New South Wales and Victoria, Australia

14:08 (2:08pm) Australian Eastern Standard Time, 18 September 2004

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The Bethanga Bridge is a 750meter long steel truss bridge built in 1930 to carry the Riverina Highway across the then newly constructed Hume Weir. It replaced two other bridges that were about to be submerged by the rising waters of the dam.

The rocks at the base of the pylons form an artificial reef which, according to local divers and fisherman attracts a lot of freshwater fish, especially red fin.
More views of the Bethanga Bridge can be found here.

The pano was shot with a Nikon D70 and Peleng 8mm fisheye lens, hand-held. Four shots around, plus zenith and nadir. Shots edited with the PanoTools Adjust Photoshop Elements plug-in and hand stitched.

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