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Wharf de la Salie.

Ce Wharf est un ouvrage en acier de 800m de long supportant un tuyau de 1,50m de diamètre. Un collecteur de 65 km transporte vers ce "wharf" (mot anglais signifiant "appontement") les effluents de 4 stations d'épuration rejetés dans l'océan atlantique non loin d'Arcachon.

 

Wharf Of "La Salie" (GIRONDE, FRANCE). The Wharf is a steel structure for supporting a 800m long pipe of 1,5m diameter. Collector carries 65 km to the wharf effluents four sewage discharged into the Atlantic Ocean near Arcachon.

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Wharf de la Salie.

Ce Wharf est un ouvrage en acier de 800m de long supportant un tuyau de 1,50m de diamètre. Un collecteur de 65 km transporte vers ce "wharf" (mot anglais signifiant "appontement") les effluents de 4 stations d'épuration rejetés dans l'océan atlantique non loin d'Arcachon.

 

Wharf Of "La Salie" (GIRONDE, FRANCE). The Wharf is a steel structure for supporting a 800m long pipe of 1,5m diameter. Collector carries 65 km to the wharf effluents four sewage discharged into the Atlantic Ocean near Arcachon.

I didn't had any idea with HDR,and my canon 450D hadn't HDR function, so I only had to use ND8+black card + white balance on sun to take the picture

old wharf, port augusta SA

A painterly work of Dapdune Wharf on the river Wey at Guildford

Dapdune Wharf on the River Wey at Guildford. I wasn't going to do any more works of this location but thought this might make an interesting composition. Hope folks aren't getting too bored of my river views.

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Wharf de la Salie.

Ce Wharf est un ouvrage en acier de 800m de long supportant un tuyau de 1,50m de diamètre. Un collecteur de 65 km transporte vers ce "wharf" (mot anglais signifiant "appontement") les effluents de 4 stations d'épuration rejetés dans l'océan atlantique non loin d'Arcachon.

 

Wharf Of "La Salie" (GIRONDE, FRANCE). The Wharf is a steel structure for supporting a 800m long pipe of 1,5m diameter. Collector carries 65 km to the wharf effluents four sewage discharged into the Atlantic Ocean near Arcachon.

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The view towards Canary Wharf as sun was setting providing a golden glow on the front of the buildings. This was really magical and the sky was also nice and smooth.

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Just around the corner from Victoria's Inner Harbour, Fisherman's Wharf is a hidden treasure waiting to be discovered. This unique marine destination offers food kiosks, unique shops and eco-tour adventures in the heart of the working harbour. Wander down the docks with your lunch, buy seafood fresh off the boat, see moored pleasure vessels and float homes, and watch as fishing vessels unload their wares.

Morning light on the Omapere Wharf and view of the Hokianga Harbour.

  

a great view of under Murphy's

Canary Wharf reflection from Blackwall Basin

 

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Wharf de la Salie.

Ce Wharf est un ouvrage en acier de 800m de long supportant un tuyau de 1,50m de diamètre. Un collecteur de 65 km transporte vers ce "wharf" (mot anglais signifiant "appontement") les effluents de 4 stations d'épuration rejetés dans l'océan atlantique non loin d'Arcachon.

 

Wharf Of "La Salie" (GIRONDE, FRANCE). The Wharf is a steel structure for supporting a 800m long pipe of 1,5m diameter. Collector carries 65 km to the wharf effluents four sewage discharged into the Atlantic Ocean near Arcachon.

It's in Canary Wharf which is a major business district located in London

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Most Tough area for amateur photographers to shoot in. Due to security reasons they come to check you and your photos, Ask reason behind the photos you take. Every corner there's a security person, he comes to you & ask same thing.

 

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Wharf de la Salie.

Ce Wharf est un ouvrage en acier de 800m de long supportant un tuyau de 1,50m de diamètre. Un collecteur de 65 km transporte vers ce "wharf" (mot anglais signifiant "appontement") les effluents de 4 stations d'épuration rejetés dans l'océan atlantique non loin d'Arcachon.

 

Wharf Of "La Salie" (GIRONDE, FRANCE). The Wharf is a steel structure for supporting a 800m long pipe of 1,5m diameter. Collector carries 65 km to the wharf effluents four sewage discharged into the Atlantic Ocean near Arcachon.

I spent yesterday morning in a meeting at Canary Wharf - the first time I've been there since I took up photography. What a place! I'll be going back with Carla as soon as possible :-)

 

This is a detail shot of 10 Upper Bank Street, home of Clifford Chance lawyers. The shot below is of the HSBC building at 8 Canada Square - we were meeting on the top floor.

  

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I snapped this photo just after an amazing seafood dinner on the wharf in Monterey.

An “oldie” from London I never got around to publishing...

 

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Stunning summers day at Maraetai Wharf near Clevedon, New Zealand. These two girls were sitting in exactly the right spot to make this photo easy compositionally.

As seen from a boat ride on the River Thames in London, not far from the Tower Bridge, we see Oliver’s Wharf.

Built in 1870, bought for redevelopment in 1972, it was the first warehouse in the Wapping area, and one of the first of all the old warehouses, to be converted into housing, yielding twenty-three very expensive luxury flats. It has been described as "the most architecturally sophisticated warehouse" in its street (Williamson et al. 228).

A Google search found a two bedroom apartment in the building listed for £6,500,000.

 

Eanam wharf consists of former canal wharehouses which are grade 2 listed buildings. They now are office units and are rather neglected on the canal side.Blackburn is famous for its football club and its 4000 holes. Blackburn is the biggest city the Leeds Liverpool Canal passes through between Leeds and Liverpool. Blackburn was the last city to be connected to the canal in 1810. The first barges to arrive in Blackburn on June 27, 1810, brought yarn, tallow, molasses, oil, lead, timber, malt, and 380tons of coal. The canal brought agricultural produce and raw cotton and coal to Blackburn and took away the processed cotton cloth. The price of cotton fell and production increased. The size of the mills grew and because of their need for water and coal they were built along the canal.

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Daly's Wharf is the original pier for the town of Akaroa, dating back almost 150 years.

 

The pier is open to the public for fishing, swimming or boarding the Fox II, the oldest wooden gaff rigged sailing ketch in New Zealand.

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Canal at Granary Wharf, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.

The whole of life is but a moment of time. It is our duty, therefore to use it, not to misuse it.

 

Camera: Nikon D700

Exposure: 172 sec

Aperture: f/10.0

Focal Length: 21 mm

ISO Speed: 125

 

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They may not be used or reproduced in any way without my permission. If you'd like to use one of my images for any reason, please contact me.

 

“Our senses are indeed our doors and windows on this world, in a very real sense the key to the unlocking of meaning and the wellspring of creativity.” Jean Houston

 

Listening to: Got you home by Luther Vandross

Seen from Southwark bridge at low tide.

View of Canary Wharf from near Blackwall Basin during a walk with manalsali. I am unsure as to the exact name of this place, but I have geo-tagged it. Also on Facebook: www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1494452730815871&set=...

Wharf Street, one of the most picturesque scenes in Maine, gets its name from the fact that it used to be on Portland's waterfront, home of the wharves that brought in many tons of trade from across the world. Fore Street occupied the same function Commercial Street does today. So how did it get there? In the 1800's the land behind Fore Street was filled in for several hundred yards out into Portland Harbor, making it possible for establishments like DiMillo's, RiRa's, and Chandler's Wharf to exist today.

 

I've been wanting to get a good shot of this street for a while. It's a great nightlife spot (I used to party here in my crazy days), but is under the threat of massive gentrification. Under current proposals, six of the buildings currently lining this section of the street would be demolished and replaced by taller, more modern buildings, with a large metal skywalk connecting them across Wharf Street. Now, I am all for change and modernization. These properties were foreclosed on in 2011 and bought at auction. However, I think that maintaining the historic context and character of this street is extremely important to the City of Portland and all of Maine, for that matter. A large metal skywalk just doesn't do it for me.

 

My role as a photographer is primarily one of being an observer, but I believe we all advocate our values in our choice of subjects and presentation. I value community and a sense of place, two values that seem to be under constant threat in our modern world of connected disconnection and fast-food, big-box, retail chain stores everywhere you go.

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A favorite with Brisbane pelicans :)

I went out for a wander on sunday afternoon in hope to catch a viewpoint of Canary Wharf that I'd not shot before, well in the blue hour at least.

I believe that this is part of the Blackwall Basin, and is not easy to find.

Anyhow, the viewpoint here is spectacular, particularly after sunset!

Return visit to Canary Wharf with GDWilson100

Utrecht, Oudegracht - Photomerge of 9 vertical shots

With sea birds at their tyre home

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