In February, Missy and I traveled to Panama Canal to visit the area and to check out the Third Set of Locks Project.
The project includes new wider locks, deeper channels and a third lane and should be completed by 2015.
The Panama Canal is celebrating 100 years’ of operation this year.
The Panama Port Authority predicts the new canal will increase commercial traffic each year doubling the tonnage by 2025. The construction costs are over five billion dollars.
These are the construction photos that I took while touring the new canal construction. Traveling through the Panama Canal is experience I highly recommended. It was an amazing experience watching the boats and ships move through the different locks. We noticed that some of the large ships barely had enough space to pass through the canal.
When looking at the second photo, the new canal doesn’t look that deep until you notice how small the truck is compared to the sides.
The redesigned includes several major changes. First, the website was built on the WordPress platform which is one of the best content management systems available today.
Using WordPress provides us the flexibility to expand the website in the future and offer more services to clients.
Second, we are using the FooBox plugin which allows visitors to scroll from one image to the next. We added a blog and social media links to the website.
With social media, we’re jazzing it up a bit to include scenic images that are different from the website.
Photography has always been a passion of mine and my goal is to capture the next best shot.
As always, please let me know if you have any questions or comments.
With plenty of sunshine, I was able to capture beautiful photos of our beach house and the surrounding area.
This year, we developed and launched a new website to showcase the wide range of art photography that is available for sale to designers, decorators and private clients.
From seascapes to unique art pieces derived from images taken during my travels. As an avid sportsman, my camera never leaves my side as I am always seeking the next best image.