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Issue 9/2010, May 17 2010 (No. 308)

A Panoramic View over the Weser River

        
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THE DAILY GROOVE
ISSUE 009-10:
A PANORAMIC VIEW OVER THE WESER RIVER


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I dokumented the right bank of the Weser River in the first and the second part of a photographic documentation.

  A few days ago I photographed and viewed a part of the left bank from a heaped-up hill.

hill, which was heaped up with rubbles on the left bank of the Weser River
At the outermost left edge of a photograph in the documentation about the right bank of the Weser River you can already see a very little part of this hill, which was heaped up with rubbles on the left bank of the Weser River.

  From this hill you can sight the Weser River and the adjacent bank from a bird's-eye view.
a view of the entire adjacent bank and a considerable part of the Weser River in the downtown area
When one stands on the top of the hill and looks to the left, one can easily command a view of the entire adjacent bank and a considerable part of the Weser River in the downtown area.

  People appear tiny. One can always check where they are. This is also applicable to boats on the river.
prospect of the adjacent bank area and the water area of the Weser River considerably narrowed by trees and shrubs
When one stands on the top of the hill and looks to the right, the prospect of the adjacent bank area and the water area of the Weser River is considerably narrowed by trees and shrubs.

  One would later notice approaching boats. One would notice approaching people not until they were standing at the foot of the hill.
view of the right bank and a big sector of the water area
From the top of the hill you command a view of the right bank and a big sector of the water area.

  But you can only see a part of the water area which is at he foot of the hill.
The prospect of the Weser River from an other angle illustrates the smaller range of vision
The prospect of the Weser River from an other angle illustrates the smaller range of vision.

The bankline stabilization zone behind the hill
The bankline stabilization zone behind the hill was above the water level which was low at the time when I took this photograph.

  Therefore one could easily see the vegetated sector of the bankline stabilization zone.

As seen from the foot of the hill the bank and the water area rather look like a small slip.
As seen from the foot of the hill the bank and the water area rather look like a small slip.

  You can less exactly define the position of people and boats.
a view of the hill from the opposite side of the bank
This is a view of the hill from the opposite side of the bank.

Please also see
an other photo spread about bird's-eye view and human's-eye view: a view from a footbridge

Please also take a look at Charlie Dittmeier's panoramic picture of the Mekong River an. Those photgraphs are a part of his report about the Cambodian Water Festival in 2008.

The international poster organisation Loesje has started a project to train young people from all over Europe and Asia in how to organise and coordinate information campaigns about the Millennium Development Goals.

 
These goals are set by the United Nations to fight poverty and to improve living standards world wide.

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