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Sydney Harbour Bridge
These pictures should have never happend. The Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb is one incredible experience, but normally you are not allowed to take any cameras with you. But I was there in a press-group and a portuguese team actually applied for shooting video on the climb. But they never showed up. So I jumped in. 'Can I take my panoramic camera up there?' Short discussion - approved! I then had to jump into a teletubby-suit kind of suit and I was assisted by the charming Bridge-Climb-Specialist Craig Norman on this trip. My camerabag was adjusted to cables and the camera itself, too. So nothing could fall onto the street. We were then in our own group away from all the others and even took some sidewalks, which are never open, standing in the middle of the road. A pity, that I only took one film along, but sometimes it's good to reduce yourself to 21 frames...This photo was shot on film. Taken by wil6ka using Kodak Kodak Ektachrome E100G film in Sydney, Australia. These tags describe this photo: craig, e6, slide, outdoor, water, blue, winter, trip, bridge, harbour, sydney, and panoramic. Date: 2012-07. This photo can also be found in the album the impossible bridge.
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