PANAMA-ECONOMY-WEATHER-TRANSPORT-WATER

Aerial view of Panama canal in the area of Pedro Miguel locks, in Panama City on December 13, 2022. - Every time a ship crosses the Miraflores Lock, the Panama Canal's most famous gate, 200 million liters of fresh water are discharged into the sea. This operation was repeated more than 14,000 times during 2022 in this strategic passageway linking the world's two largest oceans, whose main source of energy to move ships is rainwater. (Photo by Luis ACOSTA / AFP) (Photo by LUIS ACOSTA/AFP via Getty Images)
Aerial view of Panama canal in the area of Pedro Miguel locks, in Panama City on December 13, 2022. - Every time a ship crosses the Miraflores Lock, the Panama Canal's most famous gate, 200 million liters of fresh water are discharged into the sea. This operation was repeated more than 14,000 times during 2022 in this strategic passageway linking the world's two largest oceans, whose main source of energy to move ships is rainwater. (Photo by Luis ACOSTA / AFP) (Photo by LUIS ACOSTA/AFP via Getty Images)
PANAMA-ECONOMY-WEATHER-TRANSPORT-WATER
PURCHASE A LICENCE
How can I use this image?
$650.00
AUD

DETAILS

Restrictions:
Contact your local office for all commercial or promotional uses. Full editorial rights UK, US, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Canada (not Quebec). Restricted editorial rights elsewhere, please call local office.TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY Juan Jose RODRIGUEZ and Francisco JARA
Credit:
LUIS ACOSTA / Contributor
Editorial #:
1245843869
Collection:
AFP
Date created:
13 December, 2022
Upload date:
Licence type:
Release info:
Not released. More information
Source:
AFP
Barcode:
AFP
Object name:
AFP_33436C3
Max file size:
4821 x 3212 px (40.82 x 27.19 cm) - 300 dpi - 7 MB