Peaceful, Easy feeling - (Published on 'Port Sidney Marina' page for 'sQUIDD.io' mariners website(PID:50675412267) Source
posted by DESPITE STRAIGHT LINES (Paul Williams) alias DESPITE STRAIGHT LINES on Thursday 3rd of December 2020 11:39:53 AM
This photograph was published online in an article in 2020 on Port Sidney Marina, by 'sQUID.io', a website by mariners and boaters showing locations around the world. It was also published by Getty Images in March 2016. . . ©All photographs on this site are copyright: DESPITE STRAIGHT LINES (Paul Williams) 2011 – 2020 & GETTY IMAGES ® No license is given nor granted in respect of the use of any copyrighted material on this site other than with the express written agreement of DESPITE STRAIGHT LINES (Paul Williams) © . . Photograph taken at an altitude of Four metres, in the magic of the Golden hour around sunrise at 05:36am on Friday 5th September 2014 off 1st Street and Bevan Avenue, beside the Bevan Avenue fishing pier from the shoreline in beautiful Sidney by the sea on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. The Bevan Avenue fishing pier is one of the main focal points in this small but beautiful town where some of my family are so lucky to reside. I am never happier than when walking around and capturing the beauty and charm of this most special of locations. Work commenced on the pier in 1993 withn Phase one, a 90 metre straight section being completed in 1996. A year later the 110 metre Phase two section was completed. In the distance we see Mt Baker in Washington State, USA . Known to the Lummi First nation people ( Lhaq'temish) as Kwelshán ('Shooting place' in Nooksack), to the Halkomelem as Kwelxá:lxw, to Lushootseed speakers along the Skagit River as Teqwúbe7 “snow-capped peak'', to the Nooksack language as Kweq’ Smánit (“white mountain'') and also known as Koma Kulshan, (pronounced kō-ō’mah’ kool-shän’), the name for the Middle Fork which originates from the glaciers such as Deming and Thunder on the western slopes, she is an active glaciated andesitic stratovolcano in the Cascade Volcanic Arc and the North Cascades of Washington State in the United States, standing 3,286 metres tall and was first ascended in 1868, her last eruption recorded in 1880. The name Mount Baker first appeared in print in Captain Vancouver’s 1798 narrative of his voyage around Vancouver Island. Legend has it that his third-lieutenant, Joseph Baker, was the first to spot the mountain while they sailed into Dungeness Bay on April 30th, 1792. Also known by the Lummi as Kwud-Shad, and Koba (meaning 'high mountain always covered with snow', was the Skagit name. . . Nikon D800 Focal length: 32mm Shutter speed: 1/160s Aperture: f/6.3 iso100 RAW (14 bit). AF-S Single point focus. Manual exposure. Matrix metering. Auto white balance.Auto Active D-lighting. Nikkor AF-S 24-70mm f/2.8G ED IF. Jessops 77mm UV filter. Nikon MB-D12 battery grip. Two Nikon EN-EL batteries. Nikon DK-17M Magnifying Eyepiece. Nikon DK-19 soft rubber eyecup. Manfrotto MT057C3 057 Carbon Fiber Tripod 3 Sections (Payload 18kgs). Manfrotto MH057M0-RC4 057 Magnesium Ball Head with RC4 Quick Release (Payload 15kgs). Manfrotto quick release plate 410PL-14.Jessops Tripod bag. Optech Tripod Strap.Digi-Chip 64GB Class 10 UHS-1 SDXC. Lowepro Transporter camera strap. Lowepro Vertex 200 AW camera bag. Nikon MC-DC2 remote shutter release. Nikon GP-1 GPS unit. . . LATITUDE: N 48d 38m 53.16s LONGITUDE: W 123d 23m 36.25s ALTITUDE: 4.0m RAW (TIFF) FILE SIZE: 103.00MB PROCESSED (JPeg) SIZE: 14.02MB . . PROCESSING POWER: Nikon D800 Firmware versions A 1.10 B 1.10 L 2.009 (Lens distortion control version 2) HP 110-352na Desktop PC with AMD Quad-Core A6-5200 APU processor. AMD Radeon HD8400 graphics. 8 GB DDR3 Memory with 1TB SATA storage. 64-bit Windows 10. Verbatim USB 2.0 1TB desktop hard drive. WD My Passport Ultra 1tb USB3 Portable hard drive. Nikon ViewNX2 Version 2.10.3 64bit. Adobe photoshop Elements 8 Version 8.0 64bit
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