Stranded CSCL Jupiter seen from Waterfront   02151
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1 Church Ossenisse 11.6 km
2 Cruise liner Braemar
3 Radar tower near Waarde 18.8 km
4 Anchored Tanya in Bend of Terneuzen 2 km
5 Church Kloosterzande 13.6 km
6 Bow CSCL
7 Bridge CSCL Jupiter 27 km
8 Stern CSCL
9 Scheldt dike along Bend of Bath 27 km
10 Radar tower near Saeftinghe natural reserve 25.7 km


Location: Terneuzen (70 m)      by: Mentor Depret
Area: Netherlands      Date: 2017 08 14
Although it was hazy in the morning, I made a short pano to remember how the horizon looked like with the stranded mega container ship CSCL Jupiter (366 m long, 51 m wide, 155480 tonnes) 27 km away. This tele pano is about the maximum I can get with reasonable image quality with my Canon G1Xmark2 and I surely know that better equipment would have delivered a more exiting view but al least this remarkable situation has been documented from the highest location possible.
On the river one sees the anchored CMA CGM Tanya (300 m long, 48.2 m wide, 110501 tonnes) and to her left the cruise liner Braemar who first turned back to the sea and around noon got permission to sail to Antwerp, to please her guests undoubtly.

CanonG1Xmark2, 5 pics, 62.5 mm + extra digital lens making about 300 mm KB, iso 100, f 4.5, 1/1000 s, stitched with Hugin 72% of the height retained.


Mentor Depret

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