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America's Cup - Images of Emirates Team NZ flypast Devonport

by Richard Gladwell on 23 Mar 2017
Emirates Team New Zealand AC50 on the Waitemata. March 23, 2017 Richard Gladwell www.photosport.co.nz
Image gallery shot as Emirates Team New Zealand returned in the late afternoon from another four hour race training session on the Waitemata harbour.

Our cameras were on Devonport Wharf to catch the sequence - and for the first time we were close enough for a wide angle lens had to be used.

The setting sun provided some interesting backlit effects at the end of the sequence.

















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