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Looking at a Goose from the Pedestrian Bridge
California

In this photo, taken on the pedestrian bridge, one can find my home-made panorama head sitting on the tripod that I didn't use for the shot.  Handheld with a plumb-bob.  It worked out nicely I thought.  The young couple crossing the bridge to the north appear three times-- lucky them, they were walking the same way I was turning!

Copyright: Joe griffin
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Resolution: 6720x3360
Uppladdad: 20/05/2012
Uppdaterad: 23/07/2014
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Tags: goose; canada goose; american river; river; sacramento; rancho cordova; pedestrian; sunrise; bridge; beach; couple
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