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Saltash Passage

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Looking across from the ‘Saltash Passage’ area of St. Budeaux (Plymouth) towards Saltash.

The bridge in the foreground is the Royal Albert Bridge (railway viaduct) built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1859.

The road suspension Tamar Bridge opened in 1961 sits behind this – spanning the border between Cornwall and Devon.

The Saltash Passage slipway was the original site of the the first ferry boats across the Tamar estuary.

Canon A570 IS Powershot

4 sections of HDR images (each manually bracketed at f/8 and exposures of 1/500, 1/250 and 1/125 seconds per HDR) stitched with Canon Photostitch software

HDR & tone-mapping in Photomatix Pro 3.1

Orton effect created and layer blened again with original HDR in Adobe Photoshop 6.0
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