Pero's Bridge Eloise Magee Visual Arts, Photography, Architecture, European, Mediterranean, Community Celebration, Communication Skills, Creativity, Pleasure/Enjoyment, Self-Confidence, Selfesteem, City, International, Urban, Secondary School Pupils, Teachers, Young Adult, Youth Group, 35mm, Single Lens Reflex bristol UK Britain england south west pictures city photograph architecture buildings Europe young youth exchange visit holiday knowle west media project escola de bagium The bridge is named after Pero who lived from 1753 - 1798. He probably came from the small Caribbean island of Nevis, where his parents were slaves. He was brought to England in 1783 as a slave of wealthy Bristolian, John Pinney. 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 85097 http://www.dshed.net/content/p00000005/s00000060/c00000479/c00000479_d.jpg en-uk http://www.dshed.net/digitised/metadata/object/1808/schema/all/ bs iso 3166-1 Copyright Eloise Magee 2004 Pero's Bridge Eloise Magee 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 85097 md5=e4715034aa38e61f3a457d65c3131ff3 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 426 pixels; 72 dpi Negative scanned, fixed Levels and Greys, removed lots of spots and scratches with Polaroid Filter on selected areas.