Posts In: Panorama

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A Parque of Many Paths

A week of work, a day off, a walk through the park. I’ve been sidelined from posting lately, but I’ve been thinking of Spain and it’s time to get back to photography.

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Village View

A hot day with storms brewing. From the bridge between Phalombe’s Healthy Center and the village.

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Duna at Night

A fantastic city, viewed from the Citadella in Gellert park.

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Kaleidoscopic Seine

Another kaleidoscope image, this time from the banks of the Seine. Open/save the image to see it at a larger size.  

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Devil’s Throat

On the Brazilian side, looking up the “Devil’s Throat” toward the mouth of the falls, with Argentina on the right. These shots had to be taken quickly because of the extraordinary amount of spray coming from nearly all sides.

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The Mouth

The beginning of the falls, at the top of the “Devil’s Throat.”

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Sunset Falls

People departed. Tour boats stopped. Just the roar and the early evening sun over this massive ring of waterfalls.

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Tower and Traffic

A vertical panorama, assembled from individual 2.5-second exposures. One of those images became Tower Segment, posted a month ago.

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On the Edge

Looking west toward the Brazil side of the falls.

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Walled City

A view from the roadway leading to the island.

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Four Streets

A 360 degree view of an intersection in Lyon’s 1st arrondissement.

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Heroes’ Planet

From Heroes Square in Budapest, this is a different take on a nighttime 360-degree panorama, using the “mini-planet” technique. The original is extremely large (583 megapixels – over 8 feet square if printed at 300 DPI), so it’s difficult to display on screen and still keep sharp. A challenge (and…

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Charles Bridge after Midnight

About the only time the bridge isn’t packed with people and souvenir sellers is right before they shut off the lights for the night — 2 AM.

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This kind of thing was not supposed to happen

I [dropcap]I[/dropcap] was shopping. After years of abuse, I finally retired some much-loved and oft-abused travel clothes. Pants that had climbed (and slid down) a Moroccan mountain. A shirt whose longevity was inversely proportional to its 8 dollar price tag. Shoes that had seen more than a dozen countries on four continents. And while this gear was like my travel family, its best days were behind me.

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All Good Things…

Swimming a few hundred metres from the shore of Perivolous beach, I pause to look back to shore. The early evening sun is still warm and bright and soaking everything in a luxurious, golden hue. The water is calm and exquisitely refreshing after a day spent lounging on the sand.