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Peter van North Peter van North
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1
Size
2.59 Gigapixels
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2006
Date added
Nov 09, 2012
Date taken
Oct 07, 2012
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CANON EF 400 f5.6

Manforotto 190 Tripod

Epic Pro Gigapan head

Canon 50D camera

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West Vancouver’s Whytecliffe Park is a great place to spend a sunny afternoon. The park wraps around a protected bay which features Whyte islet shown in the foreground of this image. The rocky and barnacle encrusted causeway which joins White Islet to the mainland only emerges during low tide. The shallow bay is beautifully sheltered with minimal tidal action and is popular with scuba divers and swimmers. From the viewpoints on the west side of the park the Strait of Georgia and the islands provide tranquil vistas.

About the image: Taken with a Canon 50D, an EF 500 F5.6 and processed via PTgui and CS6. 416 images (13 rows x 32 cols


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