The Pedro Miguel Locks is the middle set of three sets in the Panama Canal. Looking down from our cruise ship, we can see the control tower, where the operation of the locks is handled. We can see also that the right lane gates are closed, and the level of the water beyond is several meters higher than the level in the lock. A freighter has just left the locks and is moving away ahead of us. The gate has closed, and the water being lowered in advance of the next ship going from Pacific to Caribbean.
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jhm (122458) 2013-03-10 4:24
Locks gives always a specially image through the hight different of water.
Excellent taken out of the hight.
I can real enjoy through your excellent angle this gives depth and perspective.
Composition and presentation are superb.
Very well done, TFS.
Have a nice Sunday,