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Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL
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Apr 10, 2005, 4:37:01 PM
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Spanning the Chippewa River by tfavretto Spanning the Chippewa River by tfavretto
This bridge over the Chippewa River marks the approximate halfway point of the Trans-Canada Highway between St. John's, Newfoundland and Victoria, British Columbia. This is a series of three horizontal shots stitched together vertically.

To view an exciting informative plaque that is located near the bridge, go here: [link]

Location of photograph: [link]
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cacao-saturday Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I love the placement most of all - who said the bottom of the bridge can't be as intresting as the top? :D
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tfavretto Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2008
Thanks, and thank you for the :+fav:!
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cacao-saturday Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Your welcome! =)
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Gerridwen Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2007
:wave: Hi there!
I have featured this deviation in my journal.
Come and take a look...

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Pauliina
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KirlianCamera Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2007  Professional Photographer
this angle made the picture very impressive!! :clap:
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substar Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2007
Very effective. Very impressive. Very amazing. :worship:
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tfavretto Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2007
Thank you.
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skafy Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2006
amaizing picture dude ,, i loveee itttt
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tfavretto Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2006
Thanks!
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szaranagayama Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2006  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
good contrast between the nature and the architecture;)
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