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(June 16–21, 2005)

Norma Boylan

Salt Lake

Hugh Bothwell

St Lawrence II

Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

June 18 2005, 1:15pm EST

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© 2005 Hugh Bothwell, All Rights Reserved.

Before you is the St Lawrence II, built in 1953 as a training vessel for the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets. She has proudly represented Canada at many special events, including OPSAIL '64, '76 and '92. A traditionally rigged brigantine, it is now owned and operated by Brigantine Incorporated, a non-profit group offering sailing programs for 13- to 18-year-olds.

It is moored in the Portsmouth Olympic Harbour basin. Built for the 1976 Summer Olympics, Portsmouth Olympic Harbour boasts 300 slips, and continues to host the yearly CORK regatta, the largest freshwater regatta in the world.

Behind you is the wall of Kingston Penitentiary. Built in 1835, it is one of the world's oldest continually-operated prisons. The Pen is home to many of Canada's most notorious criminals, including Paul Bernardo.
  • Canon EOS 300d w/ Sigma EX 12-24mm lens
  • 26 shots handheld
  • stitched with PanoTools and PT-Gui
  • blended in Photoshop
  • converted to Quicktime with PanoCube Pro

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