My panoramas

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Crater lake, July 4, 2003

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To see the original, visit here and click on original:

http://clix.smugmug.com/gallery/256685/1/14636172/Large

Three views of SF, you *have* to see them in original format:

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Original from this link
http://clix.smugmug.com/gallery/256685/1/10075550/Large

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http://clix.smugmug.com/gallery/256685/1/11035842/Large

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http://clix.smugmug.com/gallery/256685/1/12725201/Large

Hope when I get my camera back :)
 
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Hey Anand,

I didn't know that you had gotten into pano's. These are great. I hope that you have several of them on your walls.... :wink:

Frank
 
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I am with you. I love taking panoramas. It is great for the internet but tough to print. It's a great way to show someone who can not be there what you are seeing without sending them a movie.

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This is an even wider image of my back yard[/img]
 
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celia bule

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I cannot critique your photos. I can't give negative criticism because your pics are beautiful, and I can't give constructive criticism because I can't do better. These are really great.
 
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Thanks Joe. There should be some way to make $ on this, somehow :).

I am getting my 70-200 in a couple of days, hope to get a few panoramas in Yosemite this weekend.
 
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