Ferry trip Sarah McKenny Visual Arts, Photography, Architecture, Youth Group, Young Adult, Teachers, Secondary School Pupils, Urban, International, European, City, Self-Confidence, Selfesteem, Pleasure/Enjoyment, Creativity, Communication Skills, Community Celebration, Single Lens Reflex, 35mm 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. 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 43578 http://www.dshed.net/content/p00000005/s00000064/c00000506/c00000506_d.jpg en-uk http://www.dshed.net/digitised/metadata/object/1916/schema/all/ dz iso 3166-1 Copyright Sarah McKenny 2004 Ferry trip Sarah McKenny 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 43578 md5=388e531b0644c8ef0440785c986cd472 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 418 pixels; 72 dpi Negative scanned, fixed Levels and Greys, removed lots of spots and scratches with Polaroid Filter on selected areas.