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English: Large sulfur pile at North Vancouver, B.C., Canada. This is brought by rail from the adjacent provence of Alberta. This is a loading station for large bulk transport ships. For the Sulfur article. Image taken by User:Leonard G. June 13, 2005. Photographers note: this was a day of over 9/10 cloud cover, with small, bright patches of sunlight passing through the area. This was the most satisfactory result of a number of attempts to catch the sulfur piles in sun and other regions in cloud shadow. Camera: single lens 35mm reflex with 28-208mm zoom, ASA 200 colour negative.
Date 10 July 2005 (upload)
Source English Wikipedia, original upload 10 July 2005 by Leonard G.
Author Leonard G.
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