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(March 15–21, 2006)

Hardy Richter

The Temple of Herakles

Iñaki Rezola

Borders: Us And Them

Mount Jaizkibel on the French-Spanish Border

March 15 2005, 16:40 hs local time

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© 2006 Iñaki Rezola, All Rights Reserved.

Consider these hands reaching out in opposite directions and melting one into the other without never really stretching one another as a metaphor of what often borders are.
More panos on the 'Borders'/'Oppositions' theme

Nikon D70, Nikkor 10.5, one shot hanheld, PTGui-Panotools, Smartblend, Photoshop, Peter Nyfeler Cap Actions, Pano2qtvr Pro.
Fronteras: nosotros y ellos
Estas manos que se disparan en sentidos opuestos o se funden una en la otra sin llegar a estrecharse nunca quieren representar lo que con frecuencia son las fronteras.
Mugak: Gu eta Besteak
Bostekoa eman gabe nahasten diren esku hauek kontrako norabidea hartuta dutela, mugak askotan zer diren adierazi nahi dute.
Behind the scene : or how accidents may change a panographer's plan
This is not the pano I meant to send to this WWP.

I had planned three different locations on the French-Spanish border, where I live. When I was preparing my camera to shoot the first one, it started to react strangely. After one pic for the settings I put my hand in front of the lens and shot to see if the automatic focus was OK, and then the camera went mad. So I was left with just those two pics: one aiming at nothing in particular and my hand.

I didn't want to give in and decided to do the whole cube from the hand pic. And this is the result...

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