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(March 16-25, 2012)

Iñaki Rezola

Separate Paths

Carsten T. Rees

Ye´ll take the low road but I´ll take the high road!

Seepark, Freiburg, Black Forest, Germany

March 17, 2012, 15:20 CET

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© 2012 Carsten T. Rees, All Rights Reserved.

When discussing the motto "Paths" in our family council, it was my daughter who eventually came up with the location of my panorama for this event.

We are living close to a park which was transformed from an old gravel plant for a country-wide garden-show in 1986. The gravel pit itself was flooded and is by now known as the Lake Flückiger, named after the former owners of the plant.

On the Northern bank of the lake the gardeners have thrown up wee ground-waves and sown a lawn. Also, the gardeners have built a proper track winding through these tiny ground-waves. This track is quite level—for children playing in the park it is really horribly BORING. So they and some mountain (cross-country, rather!) bikers came up with the obvious idea:

Ye´ll take the low road but I´ll take the high road!

The resulting path that is connecting the tops of the waves is a fairly nice example for wheel-made erosion.

My sincere thanks to all of the children in the picture who came along with all sorts of different vehicles to illustrate the origins of this path.

Europe / Germany

Lat: 48° 0' 43.22" N
Long: 7° 49' 4.06" E

Elevation: 239 m

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Precision is: Unknown / Undeclared.

Canon EOS 5D, Canon 15mm, Nodal Ninja R1, Fanotec Pole Series 2, DXO, PTGui Pro, Photoshop, Pano2VR, jelly babies for the models

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