10-Sep-2000 -- When looking at the map for the confluence point, I was
afraid that it would be inside a wood. Not much to photograph in a wood, but
fortunately I was wrong. It was about 2 meters (6 feet) inside a beet field, just east of Vordingborg, Denmark, close to the E47 highway, East of exit 41.
The equipment used were a Garmin GPS III Plus, a generic compass, a Nikon
F70 camera with a Sigma 28-200 lens and an SB-26 flash. The film used was a
Kodak 160 VC. I also brought an electronic camera, but as it ran out of battery after
the first 3 pictures, I decided on using the "old fashioned" photo method. The
negatives were scanned using a Nikon Coolscan III scanner, and the picture
manipulation was done in Paint Shop Pro, version 5.