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Clifton Skatepark - Nottingham
England

New skatepark opened in Clifton around September 2011. Built by Maverick Industries, one of the best Uk skatepark companies around. To get this high elevated pano I stood on top of the bench shelter, had the camera fully extended on a tripod then used a remote trigger to capture the shots.

Copyright: Rob antill
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Tags: clifton; skatepark; nottingham; skateboarding; bmx; elevated
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