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Photo taken from some junk yard under the Alex Fraser Bridge at evening. I couldn't found any good spotting site with the Alex Fraser Bridge (maybe I just bad luck that day), can someone tell me if there is any good site so I can retake a better photo with it?


Here is some info about the Alex Fraser Bridge:

The Alex Fraser Bridge carries six lanes of traffic, and was the longest cable-stayed bridge in the world from 1986, when it opened, to 1991. It is still the longest cable-stayed span in the Americas. The bridge was built in 27 months and had the lowest cost per unit of deck area of this type of structure in the world. The project won several design awards.

Total length: 930 m (3050 ft.)

Main span: 465 m (1525 ft.)

Tower height: 154 m (505 ft.)

Tech: White balance, resizing


HP Photosmart 715
3.1 million effective pixels
3.3 million sensor photo detectors
34 mm - 102 mm (3x) zoom
Resolution: 2048 x 1536
Sensor size: 1/1.8 " (7.18 x 5.32 mm)
Sensitivity: ISO 100 (FIXED)
Image stabilization: No
Auto Focus: Yes
White Balance: Auto
Shutter speed: 2 sec

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