Panoramas 

Panorama photography, made by stitching together multiple photographs using special software.

(4.22 Megabyte Panorama Photo)

Lake Tahoe in Winter, Jan 19, 2002

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(4.22 Megabyte Panorama Photo)

Lake Tahoe in Winter, Jan 19, 2002

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(1.79 Megabyte Panorama Photo)

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The Bavarian alps and Castle Neuschwanstein, July 2003.
(1.79 Megabyte Panorama Photo)

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The Bavarian alps and Castle Neuschwanstein, July 2003.

(900 kilobyte Panorama Photo)

Sunrise and fog over California Central Valley, Dec 16, 2004

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(900 kilobyte Panorama Photo)

Sunrise and fog over California Central Valley, Dec 16, 2004

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(1.51 Megabyte Panorama Photo)

View from the top of the mountain at Donner Ski Ranch, Donner Pass, CA, Jan 12, 2005

This is what I was doing that day you were all at work. Neener Neener.

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(1.51 Megabyte Panorama Photo)

View from the top of the mountain at Donner Ski Ranch, Donner Pass, CA, Jan 12, 2005

This is what I was doing that day you were all at work. Neener Neener.

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Panorama photo of a rainbow at our house, April 7th, 2005.

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Panorama photo of a rainbow at our house, April 7th, 2005.

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630k panorama photo of San Francisco waterfront, from Pier 39, April 19th, 2005.

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The boat at the left edge of the image has a sign advertising "scatterings". Now I know who to call when I want my ashes scattered at sea. In the center of the image, you can see the sea lions which live next to the pier. On the right, you can see Alcatraz.
630k panorama photo of San Francisco waterfront, from Pier 39, April 19th, 2005.

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The boat at the left edge of the image has a sign advertising "scatterings". Now I know who to call when I want my ashes scattered at sea. In the center of the image, you can see the sea lions which live next to the pier. On the right, you can see Alcatraz.

1.5 megabyte panorama photo of San Francisco waterfront, from the pier at the Maritime Historic Park, April 20th, 2005.

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Visible in this photo are Jenny, the Transamerica building, several historic ships, Ghiradelli square, the Maritime Museum, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz.
1.5 megabyte panorama photo of San Francisco waterfront, from the pier at the Maritime Historic Park, April 20th, 2005.

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Visible in this photo are Jenny, the Transamerica building, several historic ships, Ghiradelli square, the Maritime Museum, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Alcatraz.

600k panorama photo of the Golden Gate Bridge, April 20th, 2005.

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600k panorama photo of the Golden Gate Bridge, April 20th, 2005.

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(860k panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

Panorama photo of the drawbridge and some of the last remaining vestiges of water traffic after the parade broke up. On the hill near the middle of the photo, you can see some of the buildings of the University of Washington.
(860k panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

Panorama photo of the drawbridge and some of the last remaining vestiges of water traffic after the parade broke up. On the hill near the middle of the photo, you can see some of the buildings of the University of Washington.

(1.0 Megabyte panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

After seeing the drawbridge, Fishy got the idea to go down to the Ballard locks to watch the locks in operation, and see if any fish were going up the salmon ladder.

This is a beautiful area, with a gorgeous park at the lakeside, right next to the massive aquatic locks. Note in this photo the difference in height between the lock on the left, and the lake on the right. The locks lower boats about 16 feet to reach the level of the Pacific ocean.
(1.0 Megabyte panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

After seeing the drawbridge, Fishy got the idea to go down to the Ballard locks to watch the locks in operation, and see if any fish were going up the salmon ladder.

This is a beautiful area, with a gorgeous park at the lakeside, right next to the massive aquatic locks. Note in this photo the difference in height between the lock on the left, and the lake on the right. The locks lower boats about 16 feet to reach the level of the Pacific ocean.

(1.2 Megabyte panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

On the other side of the locks, a nifty Burton-esque sculpture marks the location of the salmon ladder. You can see Fishy and Vixy looking over the railing at the salmon ladder. You can also take stairs down below and watch the salmon swim upstream through glass windows.

Unfortunately, no adult salmon were running upstream that day, it was the wrong time of year.
(1.2 Megabyte panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

On the other side of the locks, a nifty Burton-esque sculpture marks the location of the salmon ladder. You can see Fishy and Vixy looking over the railing at the salmon ladder. You can also take stairs down below and watch the salmon swim upstream through glass windows.

Unfortunately, no adult salmon were running upstream that day, it was the wrong time of year.

(800k panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

The Seattle skyline from the Space Needle. In the distance, you can see Qwest Field (the Seahawks' Stadium) and Safeco Field behind it. Running into the downtown area, in the middle of a strip of greenery, are the rails for the monorail trains. We took the monorail downtown, where it stops at a large shopping mall.
(800k panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

The Seattle skyline from the Space Needle. In the distance, you can see Qwest Field (the Seahawks' Stadium) and Safeco Field behind it. Running into the downtown area, in the middle of a strip of greenery, are the rails for the monorail trains. We took the monorail downtown, where it stops at a large shopping mall.

(1.3 Megabyte panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

Tuesday, May 10th, 2005. Today was all about the Boeing Museum of Flight. Someday, I want to get out to Washington DC and see the Smithsonian, but for now, this will do nicely.

I was alone in this particular endeavor, which is just as well, since my tendency to geek about airplanes and spaceships is more than friends and family are usually willing to tolerate.
(1.3 Megabyte panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

Tuesday, May 10th, 2005. Today was all about the Boeing Museum of Flight. Someday, I want to get out to Washington DC and see the Smithsonian, but for now, this will do nicely.

I was alone in this particular endeavor, which is just as well, since my tendency to geek about airplanes and spaceships is more than friends and family are usually willing to tolerate.

(525k panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

An F-14 Tomcat and an A-6 Intruder outside the main building.
(525k panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

An F-14 Tomcat and an A-6 Intruder outside the main building.

(675k panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

Across the street, they've got on display, both Air Force One (a previous model before they got the current 747), and one of the Concordes, brand new to the collection. You could board both of them.

I was not, however, successful at getting anyone to take my picture coming out of Air Force One while making the Nixon double-V gesture. Darn.
(675k panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

Across the street, they've got on display, both Air Force One (a previous model before they got the current 747), and one of the Concordes, brand new to the collection. You could board both of them.

I was not, however, successful at getting anyone to take my picture coming out of Air Force One while making the Nixon double-V gesture. Darn.

(1.5 Megabyte panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

After Seattle, we went down to the Hardwick's in Eugene for a visit. Here's a picture of their gorgeous house on their ranch. They were wonderful hosts and it was a nice visit. After which, we went up to FrogFilk and had a great weekend, but that's another story.
(1.5 Megabyte panorama photo.)

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Part of the May 2005 Seattle trip photo collection.

After Seattle, we went down to the Hardwick's in Eugene for a visit. Here's a picture of their gorgeous house on their ranch. They were wonderful hosts and it was a nice visit. After which, we went up to FrogFilk and had a great weekend, but that's another story.

 Panorama photo. To view it properly, click on the photo a second time to see the full size version, then use the scroll bars to scroll the image.

Jul 23, 2006. Seattle skyline from Juli's place. Daytime.
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Jul 23, 2006. Seattle skyline from Juli's place. Daytime.

 Panorama photo. To view it properly, click on the photo a second time to see the full size version, then use the scroll bars to scroll the image.

Jul 23, 2006. Seattle skyline from Juli's place. Dusk.
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Jul 23, 2006. Seattle skyline from Juli's place. Dusk.

 Panorama photo. To view it properly, click on the photo a second time to see the full size version, then use the scroll bars to scroll the image.

Jul 23, 2006. Seattle skyline from Juli's place. Night.
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Jul 23, 2006. Seattle skyline from Juli's place. Night.

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(1 of 2) Vixy gets her first tattoo. This is the view from the front door of Slave to the Needle on 65th Street in Seattle.
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(1 of 2) Vixy gets her first tattoo. This is the view from the front door of Slave to the Needle on 65th Street in Seattle.

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(2 of 2) Vixy gets her first tattoo. This is the view from inside Slave to the Needle. Vixy is being a brave little fox.
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(2 of 2) Vixy gets her first tattoo. This is the view from inside Slave to the Needle. Vixy is being a brave little fox.

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