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Fremantle Traffic Bridge November 20, 2011
Australia
Taken with my trusty wall-bracket "nodal samurai" (thanks, Pete Loud:) ). The main challenge was the couple of cyclists (one of whom was coincidentally my friend Stu) who I had to make way for, then set up again.
Copyright: Matthew Keep
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Resolution: 4620x2310
Uploaded: 09/08/2012
Updated: 15/10/2014
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Tags: north fremantle; fremantle; old bridge; fremantle harbour; jumping spider design
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