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(March 20-25, 2007)

Peter Nyfeler

Atmosphere - Retired Unit for Pressure

Andrew Novinc

Mist at the Australian National Gallery

Parliamentary Triangle, Canberra, Australia

11:55 AM - 25 March 2007

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© 2007 Andrew Novinc, All Rights Reserved.

Here we are in the grounds of the Australian National Gallery situated on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.

The Mist comes from a "Fog Sculpture" by Fujiko Nakaya which operates between 12 noon & 2 pm daily. The installation amongst the reeds is a bronze sculpture titled "On the Beach Again" by Robert Stackhouse. The stainless steel piece through the trees on the left is titled "Cones" by Bert Flugelman. Across the pond and to the right is a bronze sculpture titled "Hill Arches" by Henry Moore.

Australia - New Zealand / Australia

Lat: 36° 19' 1" S
Long: 149° 8' 16.3" E

Elevation: 567m

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Canon EOS 20D digital camera, Sigma 8mm circular fisheye lens, Kaidan QuickPan Panorama head. Images touched up with Photoshop and stitched with Panorama Tools, PTGUI, & Enblend. QuickTime generated with PanoCube.

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