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About This GigapanToggle
- Taken by
- Peter van North
- Explore score
- 0.06 Gigapixels
- Date added
- Apr 08, 2012
- Date taken
- Apr 08, 2012
CANON EF 400 f5.6
Manforotto 190 Tripod
Epic Pro Gigapan head
Canon 50D camera
Canon 70-200 EF III
Canon 2 x Extender III
- landscape, cityscapes, environmental
About the subject: Vancouver has recently been visited by a very interesting vessel. The DEVELOPMENT WAY is a self-loading, self-propelled, semi-submersible ship. She originally started life as an LPG/chemical carrier. While the original engines have been retained, the original cargo spaces have been removed, the deck widened to 38 meters, and an extra deck has been added to the bow. If you look carefully at the image you will see the cargo. The Haida Brave and the Straits Logger were familiar sights in the waters off Vancouver and the collection of tugs and barges being scrapped can be seen behind the two bigger vessels on the Development ways deck
To see the current location of the Development Way please click on the following link
About the image: This is a fairly small Gigapan consisting of only 12 individual images covering a 25 degree arc. They were taken with a Canon 50D fitted with a Canon EF 200 2.8 EF lens and processed via DXO and PTGui Pro.
If you found this panorama interesting you may like others in this series
1 – A panorama providing an overall perspective of the City as seen from the North west
2 – A panorama providing a view of the down town waterfront including the Cruise Ship terminal and the Convection Center. Taken from Brockton Point which is a snapshot in panorama 1
3 – This panorama provides a view of Vancouver’s famous seaplane terminal taken from the grassy roof of the convention canter
4 – A panorama showing Deep Cove at the eastern end of the North shore on Indian Arm.