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Clifford P. Williams

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Richard Wall

New Hoover Mason Trestle

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

June 29, 2015 7:00 PM EST

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The Hoover Mason Trestle, which shuttled raw materials to the blast furnaces that powered Bethlehem Steel's flagship plant has a new trail. Raised 46 feet above the ground, the $15.5 million trail runs 1,650 feet in front of the now silent blast furnaces.

The perspective from the raised trail allows visibility into the Blower House. This is where giant gas-powered engines pumped pressurized air into the blast furnaces. Every ton of iron took about 200,000 cubic feet of air to produce.

I chose to use 3 bracket HDR to capture the panorama and to use of the Duotone finish

USA-Canada / USA-Pennsylvania

Lat: 40° 36' 52.85" N
Long: 76° 23' 2.59" W

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

Nikon D5100 + 10.5mm Nikon lens using Nodal Ninja 3 - HDR panorama created entirely using the new PTGUI 10.0.12 PRO version software. HDR + convert to DuoTone

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