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Just browsing through pictures tonight and realised I have a lot of photos of bridges. I'm sure I'm not the only one. I'll start off with this of the underside of the Millennium Bridge in London. NEX-5 with the 18-55 at 18mm. ISO 200, f8 at 1/320. Processed in shiny new LR4Beta. DSC01541 by ...olli..., on Flickr
I am not really into ships but I like them! I've seen some very nice photos of boats and ships here. So I was looking for a related thread but could not find it. So I thought to start one. My apologies if I missed it. I will delete this post if there is another. Let me start with number one: the boat that our former Queen Wilhelmina used to ride through the canals of Amsterdam in the first part of the last century. I am looking forward to your photos!. Peter [/url
Hopefully I haven't missed an existing thread but if I have please let me know. Otherwise please do share your lighthouse images. Here is a shot of one of the few lighthouses here in Western Australia, the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse. Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse {01_04} by Andrew Priest (Aushiker), on Flickr This photograph continues my social history project documenting both the mundane and the interesting in Western Australian through the medium of Waymarking [1]. The Cape Naturaliste lighthouse is a heritage listed building/lighthouse which was built in 1904. According to the Heritage Council the: "Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and Quarters was an important link in the development of coastal lights which eventually circled mainland Australia, following an inter-colonial conference held in 1873 that recognised the need for additional lights along the Australian coastline. The Chance Brothers lens and optical equipment is still in operation in the lighthouse and is a piece of precision engineering equipment which has continued in perfect working order since 1903." [1] Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse - Coastal Lighthouses on Waymarking.com [2] Reference: Heritage Council (n.d.). Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse and Quarters. Retrieved from http://inherit.stateheritage.wa.gov.au/Admin/api/file/200c1adb-3a9f-8d8f-74ce-d751f6e04371

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