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(September 20-24, 2006)

Akila Ninomiya

Bride on a Jinrikisya

Bjørn Kåre Nilssen

Transport Everywhere

Kristiansand, Norway

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© 2006 Bjørn Kåre Nilssen, All Rights Reserved.

This is the spot in Kristiansand where all transport meet. On the pano you can see the railway station, and going clockwise you can see the main taxi stop and the bus terminal (quite distant and small between the trees). Then comes the ferry terminal and one of the ferries to Denmark (there are also another ferry to Denmark, as well as to Newcastle (UK) and Gothenburg (Sweden). Next is an ugly elevated road (which will fortunately be torn down within a few years) and another lower bridge. The only thing missing is the airplane above - but then I'd have to wait for the wind direction to rotate to North, which is not a common direction here - when it happens the planes fly right over here too on their way to and from the airport about 10km away..

Europe / Norway

Lat: 58° 8' 43.38" N
Long: 7° 59' 10.18" E

Elevation: 2

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Olympus C-7070WZ with Raynoc DCR-CF185PRO fisheye. 4 shots around with a homemade panohead on a glassfiber pole extended to about 3-4m.
Behind the scene : how this panorama was made
This pano was edited quite a lot in Photoshop, to acheive a weird/alienated feeling. Colors were changed and some grain added. Layers and masks were used quite heavily.

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