Ferry trip Jo Hansford Visual Arts, Photography, Architecture, Youth Group, Young Adult, Secondary School Pupils, Teachers, Urban, European, International, City, Selfesteem, Self-Confidence, Pleasure/Enjoyment, Creativity, Communication Skills, Community Celebration bristol UK Britain england south west pictures city photograph architecture buildings Europe young youth exchange visit holiday knowle west media project escola de bagium portuguese As a port, Bristol always suffered from a major disadvantage - it is six miles inland! The Harbourside area that exists today is a series of docks, canals and basins constructed to try and bring trade right into the centre of Bristol by water. Ferry trip Watershed Media Centre http://www.watershed.co.uk/ http://www.watershed.co.uk/data/images/watershed_logo.gif 2004-02-01 2004-05-27 2004-05-27 Image image/jpeg 45194 http://www.dshed.net/content/p00000005/s00000058/c00000440/c00000440_d.jpg en-uk http://www.dshed.net/digitised/metadata/object/1650/schema/all/ am iso 3166-1 Copyright Jo Hansford 2004 Ferry trip Jo Hansford Watershed Media Centre 2004-05-27 Paddy Uglow, Watershed Media Centre, 1 Canons Road, Harbourside, Bristol, UK. BS1 5TX; RLJ Paddy Uglow Nikon Super Coolscan 8000 ED Super and Display saved as 50% JPG, Preview saved as 70% JPG. 2004-05-27 45194 md5=8dd8c8c71e842e8caa6b35ea61d29a20 Paddy Uglow, Watershed Media Centre, 1 Canons Road, Harbourside, Bristol, UK. BS1 5TX; RLJ Scanned so smallest dimension is at least 2000 pixels 2004-05-27 24 bits 640 x 343 pixels; 72 dpi Negative scanned, fixed Levels and Greys, removed lots of spots and scratches with Polaroid Filter on selected areas.