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Transportation (September 20-24, 2006)

Sosuke Sakai

Tsurumi Line and Keihin Canal

Mike Runge

Trail Gator

Ratingen, Germany

September 24, 2006, 12:57 local time

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Transportation with kids is always a bit complicated. We all were happy, when the buggy was gone and Nikhil (our son) was able to move on his own with a 'Like a Bike' (bicycle without pedals).
Meanwhile he is 4 years old, he got a bicycle on his birthday and he loves to take a tour with the whole family and friends to a restaurant called "Auermuehle" ~10-15 kilometers from our home (with a large playground outside). Although he learned to ride his bike, he's not able to do the whole tour completely on his own. At some point, he needs assistance and so we bought this famous thing called "Trail Gator" to temporary connect our bikes for tandem processing. He kick's the pedal and I steer the handle bar ;-)

This rainy sunday was the only chance for us to take a photo for the WWP. Because of the unfriendly weather I took an unfriendly place for shooting too - on top of a bridge over the autobahn. It was cold, rainy and very, very noisy, but my son loved to do his very best for the WWP photo :-)


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Location

Europe / Germany

Lat: 51° 19' 4.5" N
Long: 6° 53' 52.42" E

Elevation: 390

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.

Equipment

Hardware:
Pentax *istD, Sigma 8mm (4 shots), selfmade panohead mounted on 'Trail Gator', a small boy called Nikhil to assist me

Software:
Pentax PhotoLaboratory 3, Hugin 0.61, Autopano-Sift, Enblend 2.3, Pano2QTVR, The Gimp

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