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View my panoramic Arizona landscape photography. These panoramas are stitched together from multiple images to produce very wide angle, high resolution images. Many of these panoramas were taken with the assistance of a Gigapan robotic camera mount. Some of them were assembled from over 500 pictures and could be printed over four feet tall. Part 1 shows panoramas taken from December 2008 to August 2010.
View my panoramic Arizona landscape photography. Part 2 shows panoramas taken from August 2010 to July 2011.
Aviation Panoramas slideshow video: I use a Gigapan robotic camera mount to automate the process of taking hundreds of pictures that I assemble into very wide angle, extremely high resolution panoramas. Among my favorite subjects are airplanes and air museums.
Planes Of Fame Airshow, Chino, May 17, 2008: Slideshow of the flying displays at the annual warbid show at Chino.
Antelope Valley Wildflowers: Slideshow of the wildflower bloom in the Antelope Valley on April 26, 2008.
The Last Stealth Fighters : Slideshow of the visit of the last Stealth Fighters at Palmdale on April 21 and 22, 2008.
Saline Valley Birdwatching: Slideshow of Boeing-McDonnell-Douglas F/A-18 Hornets from NAS Lemoore and NAWS China Lake and General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcons from Fresno ANG and Edwards AFB flying at low altitude in the Saline Valley in March 2008.
Panamint Valley and Saline Valley Slideshow: Slideshow of scenery in Panamint Valley and Saline Valley in March 2008.
Slideshow of Martin Hawaii Mars at Lake Elsinore on October 27, 2007.
Collings Foundation Bombers : The Collings Foundation maintyains a fleet of World War II combat airplanes. Boeing B-17G N93012 Nine-O-Nine, North American B-25J Mitchell, NL3746G Tondelayo, and Consolidated B-24J Liberator Witchcraft make annual barnstorming runs around the country.
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