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Old Nov 2, 2003, 9:23 PM   #1
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Here are a few new shots from the Kodak DX6490 I picked up yesterday. It's great to be back with a Digital camera 8)

All in P mode and fixed at ISO 80, also unsharpen mask: 0.8 @ 70%.

http://www.juetts.com/DX6490/Ballard.jpg

http://www.juetts.com/DX6490/Building2.jpg

http://www.juetts.com/DX6490/TrainBridge.jpg
(10x handheld and braced against a rail)

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Old Nov 3, 2003, 7:14 AM   #2
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Nice structures.
What is the third one ? A rotating bridge ?
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Old Nov 3, 2003, 8:53 AM   #3
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Hi brtsergio,

Yes, it is rotating train bridge (if there is another name for it I can't think of it at this time
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Oops, the above reply is from me, no wonder I didn't have to login :lol:
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Where is that remnant of a turn or swing bridge located? Also may I have your permission to post that picture on www.train-sim.com, an excellent site devoted to Microsoft Train Simulator?

Excellent pictures, BTW.
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Hi Calr,

Thanks for your comments. The swing bridge in located inbetween the border of Burnaby and Richmond, BC, Canada on the Fraser River. You have my permission to copy this photo.

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Very interesting. I spent a week in the Vancouver, BC area just a few months ago. I spent a day in Burnaby visiting the pioneer museum and MetroTown but I didn't see the bridge. Thanks for your permission to post.
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FYI, the swing bridge in the photo is located near Fraser ForeShore Park in South Burnaby
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