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Old Feb 14, 2005, 1:48 PM   #1
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This is the bridge that connects thelower penninsula of Michigan to the upper penninsula. It also is the boundary of lake michiganleft side and lake huron on the right if heading north like here from lower penninsula.

This is strait out of cam absolutely no editing or sharpening just resize and compress for web restrictions.

Shutter Priority @ 2.8 ap 2.50 seconds

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19.5 mm zoom ( a bit over 3x optical )

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Old Feb 14, 2005, 8:00 PM   #2
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Nice Pic! Haven't seen the Big Mac in a couple years. Last time was a weekend out on the island. Nice exposure time BTW. Grain is a pain with the FZ20, but your 2.5 sec looks nice.

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I'm also missing that too!!! When I took my girlfriend to Mackinac Island for the first time (And explaining that it doesnt rhyme with Hackensack) she was amazed at how big it is (5 miles I believe)


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Thank you Mark, nice gallery i like your compositions on the landscape shots alot. And the northern light shots are very cool, ive never seen the northern lights, what an amazing view. I would love to see and photograph them sometime.
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