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Bridge at Unisa
Pretoria

This is a neat little bridge over the main road near Unisa, just down from Fountains Circle. A tricky pano to stitch, with a lot of railings and stay wires to join up. The large building up on the hill is the Unisa University. Telkom's telecommunication tower can be seen to the left of this. The sun is going down behind the Freedom Park hill and if you look carefully, you will see the moon on the opposite side, rising to the East of the buildings of downtown Pretoria.

Copyright: Paul serfontein
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Uploaded: 07/05/2011
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