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I make giant panoramic images with a Gigapan robotic camera mount. It automates the process of capturing multiple images to assemble into a panorama. My Gigapan ID is GoletaBrian.

The next time you visit Google Earth, try clicking on the Gigapan Photos Layer. It's in the Gallery section.

Load my Arizona Gigapans on Google Earth. Then load the March 2009 Arizona Gigapan Tour. Playing the tour will take you to the locations of the fifteen Gigapans in the order that they were taken.

Spring at the Superstition Mountains, March 19, 2013

Wildflowers are beginning to bloom around the Superstition Mountains.

Superstition Mountains, March 19, 2013

Photography Prints Springtime in the Superstition Mountains, March 19, 2013: Yellow Brittlebush flowers bloom at the base of a Saguaro in the foothills of the Superstition Mountains on March 19, 2013. This image is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Snow on the Superstition Mountains, February 21, 2013

The Superstition Mountains are dusted with snow the day following a severe winter storm.

From Peralta Road

Panorama size: 948 megapixels (37044 x 25596 pixels)
Input images: 361 (19 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 186.8 degrees wide by 129.1 degrees high (top=66.3, bottom=-62.8)

Superstition Mountains, February 21, 2013

Photography Prints Snowy Superstition Mountains Peralta Road. February 21. 2013: The Superstition Mountains are dusted with snow on the day following a severe winter storm in February 2013. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Superstition Mountains, February 21, 2013 This photo is a blow up of part of the Gigapan panorama.

Photography Prints Snowy Superstition Mountains Peralta Road Panorama. February 21. 2013: The Superstition Mountains are dusted with snow on the day following a severe winter storm in February 2013. This photo is a blow up of part of the Gigapan panorama. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

From Petroglyph Trail

Panorama size: 559 megapixels (21208 x 26360 pixels)
Input images: 190 (10 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 107.6 degrees wide by 133.7 degrees high (top=83.1, bottom=-50.6)

Snowy Four Peaks, February 12, 2013

Snow blankets Four Peaks the day after a winter storm.

Panorama size: 1239 megapixels (34804 x 35600 pixels)
Input images: 342 (18 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 176.0 degrees wide by 180.0 degrees high

Snowy Four Peaks, February 12, 2013

Photography Prints Snowy Four Peaks Panorama, February 12, 2013: Snow blankets Four Peaks the day after a winter storm in February 2013. This image is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Four Peaks, February 12, 2013 This photo is a blow up of part of the Gigapan panorama.

Photography Prints Snowy Four Peaks Gigapan Panorama, February 12, 2013: Snow blankets Four Peaks the day after a winter storm in February 2013. This photo is a blow up of part of the Gigapan panorama.. This image is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Fish Creek East Overlook, Apache Trail, January 9, 2013

Rugged Arizona terrain viewed from an overlook of Fish Creek along the Apache Trail. The yellow rocks are thick layers of volcanic tuff from a gigantic caldera eruption that ocurred about 25 million years ago.

Panorama size: 1243 megapixels (48568 x 25604 pixels)
Input images: 494 (26 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 245.6 degrees wide by 129.5 degrees high

Fish Creek East Overlook, Apache Trail, January 9, 2013

Fish Creek West Overlook, Apache Trail, January 9, 2013

Photography Prints Apache Trail Canyon Overlook Gigapan January 9 2013 Looking down into Fish Creek Canyon from an overlook along the Apache Trail, east of Phoenix, Arizona on January 9, 2013. This image is available as prints as large as four feet by seven feet.

Fish Creek West Overlook, Apache Trail, January 9, 2013

Rugged Arizona terrain viewed from an overlook of Fish Creek along the Apache Trail. The yellow rocks are thick layers of volcanic tuff from a gigantic caldera eruption that ocurred about 25 million years ago.

Panorama size: 1057 megapixels (43492 x 24304 pixels)
Input images: 414 (23 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 216.3 degrees wide by 120.9 degrees high

Fish Creek West Overlook, Apache Trail, January 9, 2013

Photography Prints Apache Trail Overlook Panorama, January 9, 2013: Looking down into Fish Creek Canyon from an overlook along the Apache Trail, east of Phoenix, Arizona on January 9, 2013. This image is available as prints as large as four feet by seven feet.

Fish Creek West Overlook, Apache Trail, January 9, 2013

Photography Prints Apache Trail Canyon Overlook Gigapan January 9 2013: Looking down into Fish Creek Canyon from an overlook along the Apache Trail, east of Phoenix, Arizona on January 9, 2013. This image is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Papago Buttes, January 2, 2013

Papago Butte and Barnes Butte rise about 400 feet above the valley floor. Papago Butte is part of Papago Park. Barnes Butte is on the Arizona Army National Guard base on the far side of McDowell Road.

Panorama size: 885 megapixels (36636 x 24172 pixels)
Input images: 360 (20 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 186.1 degrees wide by 122.8 degrees high

Papago Buttes, January 2, 2013

Photography Prints Papago Buttes: This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

San Francisco Peaks, October 30, 2011

Panorama size: 1360 megapixels (46948 x 28980 pixels)
Input images: 420 (21 columns by 20 rows)
Field of view: 238.0 degrees wide by 146.9 degrees high (top=81.3, bottom=-65.6)

San Francisco Peaks, Arizona, October 30, 2011

Photography Prints : The San Francisco Peaks are capped with snow on October 30, 2011. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

San Francisco Peaks, Arizona, October 30, 2011

Photography Prints San Francisco Peaks Giugapan, October 30 2011: The San Francisco Peaks are capped with snow on October 30, 2011. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Sycamore Point, Arizona, October 29, 2011

Sycamore Point overlooks Sycamore Canyon 23 miles southwest of Flagstaff, Arizona. The canyon is 1,800 feet deep below the point.

Panorama size: 1712 megapixels (59124 x 28968 pixels)
Input images: 540 (27 columns by 20 rows)
Field of view: 301.0 degrees wide by 147.5 degrees high (top=83.5, bottom=-64.0)

Sycamore Point, Arizona, October 29, 2011

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by seven feet.

Panorama size: 1478 megapixels (51820 x 28532 pixels)
Input images: 460 (23 columns by 20 rows)
Field of view: 262.9 degrees wide by 144.7 degrees high (top=83.9, bottom=-60.8)

Sycamore Point, Arizona, October 29, 2011

Willow Spring Lake, Arizona, September 26, 2011

Willow Spring Lake is located on the Mogollon Rim nea Payson, Arizona. This is a 360-degree panorama.

Panorama size: 1814 megapixels (71280 x 25452 pixels)
Input images: 720 (40 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 360.0 degrees wide by 128.5 degrees high (top=81.1, bottom=-47.4)

Willow Spring Lake, Arizona, September 26, 2011

Willow Spring Lake, Arizona, September 26, 2011

San Francisco Peaks from Eldon Hills, Arizona, September 22, 2011

San Francisco Peaks seen from Eldon Hills on the southeast side of the peaks. Humphrey's Peak is the highest point in the picture at 12, 356 feet elevatiion. The peaks were once much taller, but volcanic eruptions blew out the northeast side of the mountain. Many cinder cones of the San Francisco Volcanic Field are visible on both sides of the peaks.

Panorama size: 1607 megapixels (57428 x 27996 pixels)
Input images: 494 (26 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 291.2 degrees wide by 142.0 degrees high (top=89.1, bottom=-52.9)

San Francisco Peaks from Eldon Hills, Arizona, September 22, 2011

Photography Prints San Francisco Peaks From Eldon Hills September 22 2011: San Francisco Peaks seen from Eldon Hills on the southeast side of the peaks. Humphrey's Peak is the highest point in the picture at 12, 356 feet elevatiion. The peaks were once much taller, but volcanic eruptions blew out the northeast side of the mountain. Many cinder cones of the San Francisco Volcanic Field are visible on both sides of the peaks. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by seven feet.

San Francisco Peaks from Eldon Hills, Arizona, September 22, 2011

Photography Prints San Francisco Peaks From Eldon Hills September 22 2011: San Francisco Peaks seen from Eldon Hills on the southeast side of the peaks. Humphrey's Peak is the highest point in the picture at 12, 356 feet elevatiion. The peaks were once much taller, but volcanic eruptions blew out the northeast side of the mountain. Many cinder cones of the San Francisco Volcanic Field are visible on both sides of the peaks. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Verde Valley, Arizona, September 20, 2011

Bill Williams Mountain and San Francisco Peaks are visible in the distance beyond the Verde Valley and the Mogollon Rim from the road between Jerome and Perkinsville.

Panorama size: 779 megapixels (34592 x 22544 pixels)
Input images: 225 (15 columns by 15 rows)
Field of view: 174.3 degrees wide by 113.6 degrees high (top=69.5, bottom=-44.1)

Verde Valley, Arizona, September 20, 2011

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

White Horse Hills, Arizona, September 18, 2011

White Horse Hills is a complex of cinder cones that were built by a series of eruptions from multiple vents. They rise about 900 feet above the surrounding terrain.

Panorama size: 603 megapixels (32168 x 18764 pixels)
Input images: 169 (13 columns by 13 rows)
Field of view: 228.6 degrees wide by 133.3 degrees high (top=78.8, bottom=-54.5)

White Horse Hills, Arizona, September 18, 2011

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

White Horse Hills, Arizona, September 18, 2011

Photography Prints White Horse Hills September 18 2011: White Horse Hills is a complex of cinder cones that were built by a series of eruptions from multiple vents. They rise about 900 feet above the surrounding terrain. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

San Francisco Peaks, Arizona, September 18, 2011

San Francisco Peaks dominate this panorama taken from a meadow along Forest Route 418 on the north side of the mountains. Humphrey's Peak is the highest point in the state of Arizona at 12,637 feet elevation. It was once much taller, but volcanic eruptions blew out the northeast side of the mountain.

Panorama size: 1155 megapixels (43256 x 26724 pixels)
Input images: 361 (19 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 220.0 degrees wide by 135.9 degrees high (top=88.1, bottom=-47.8)

San Francisco Peaks, Arizona, September 18, 2011

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Sunset Crater, Arizona, September 17, 2011

Sunset Crater is a cinder cone that erupted about 1,000 years ago. It is about 1,000 feet tall. The cinder cones to the right of Sunset Crater are O'Leary Peak and Black Mountain

Panorama size: 1629 megapixels (57668 x 28260 pixels)
Input images: 494 (26 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 289.9 degrees wide by 142.1 degrees high (top=87.8, bottom=-54.3)

Sunset Crater, Arizona, September 17, 2011

Photography Prints Sunset Crater is a cinder cone that erupted about 1,000 years ago near what is now Flagstaff, Arizona. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by seven feet.

Sunset Crater, Arizona, September 17, 2011

Photography Prints Sunset Crater Sunrise Gigapan, September 17 2011: Sunset Crater is a cinder cone that erupted about 1,000 years ago near what is now Flagstaff, Arizona. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by sx feet.

Wing Mountain, Arizona, August 30, 2011

This area near Wing Mountain in the Coconino National Forest burned several years ago. Subsequently, high winds felled many of the burned trees.

Panorama size: 990 megapixels (36952 x 26808 pixels)
Input images: 288 (16 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 184.6 degrees wide by 133.9 degrees high (top=75.6, bottom=-58.3) 959 megapixels (41604 x 23052 pixels)

Wing Mountain, Arizona, August 30, 2011

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by seven feet.

Antelope Hill, Arizona, August 30, 2011

Antelope Hill is a basaltic cinder cone that rises about 550 feet above the meadow in the foreground. The San Francisci Peaks are visible on the right side of the image. Government Knolls, Government Mountain, Sitgreaves Peak, and Government Hill can be seen at the left.

Panorama size: 1249 megapixels (49192 x 25404 pixels)
Input images: 374 (22 columns by 17 rows)
Field of view: 246.6 degrees wide by 127.4 degrees high (top=75.6, bottom=-51.7)990 megapixels (36952 x 26808 pixels)

Antelope Hill, Arizona, August 30, 2011

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by seven feet.

Arizona Panoramas slideshow video

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.

Wupatki Natonal Monument, Arizona, July 24, 2011

The rock dwellings of Wupatki National Monument were built and abandoned by the Sinagua people hundreds of years before the arrival of the first European explorers.

Box Canyon Dwellings

Panorama size: 959 megapixels (41604 x 23052 pixels)
Input images: 304 (19 columns by 16 rows)
Field of view: 205.7 degrees wide by 114.0 degrees high (top=65.1, bottom=-48.9)

Wupatki Lomaki Dwelling, July 24, 2011

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by seven feet.

Wupatki Lomaki Dwelling, July 24, 2011

Photography Prints Box Canyon Stone Dwelling Wupatki July 24 2011: The rock dwellings of Wupatki National Monument were built and abandoned by the Sinagua people hundreds of years before the arrival of the first European explorers. This extreme wide-angle image is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Lomaki Dwelling

Panorama size: 1767 megapixels (63384 x 27888 pixels)
Input images: 551 (29 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 317.5 degrees wide by 139.7 degrees high (top=77.5, bottom=-62.2)

Wupatki Lomaki Dwelling, July 24, 2011

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by eight feet.

Wupatki Lomaki Dwelling, July 24, 2011

Photography Prints Lomaki Dwelling Wupatki July 24 2011: The rock dwellings of Wupatki National Monument were built and abandoned by the Sinagua people hundreds of years before the arrival of the first European explorers. This extreme wide-angle image is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Wupatki Lomaki Dwelling, July 24, 2011

Photography Prints Lomaki Dwelling And Ravine Wupatki July 24 2011: The rock dwellings of Wupatki National Monument were built and abandoned by the Sinagua people hundreds of years before the arrival of the first European explorers. This extreme wide-angle image is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Brushy Basin and Four Peaks, January 13, 2011

In late December, a winter storm dropped a load of snow on Arizona. Snow still remained on the north slopes of Four Peaks two weeks later..

Panorama size: 762 megapixels (28188 x 27040 pixels)
Input images: 180 (10 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 143.0 degrees wide by 137.1 degrees high (top=86.7, bottom=-50.5)

Brushy Basin, January 13, 2011

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as forty inches by sixty inches.

Tornado Damage in the Cocnino National Forest, November 4, 2010

On October 6, 2010, severe thunderstorms in Arizona spawned a number of tornadoes. One of those tornadoes felled trees across a broad area in the Coconino National Forest above the Mogollon Rim. Large pine trees were snapped off or pushed over, opening large holes in the forest canopy.

Panorama size: 1424 megapixels (50008 x 28492 pixels)
Input images: 440 (22 columns by 20 rows)
Field of view: 252.7 degrees wide by 143.9 degrees high (top=87.5, bottom=-56.5)Panorama size: 1240 megapixels (40620 x 30544 pixels)

Mogollon Rim, November 4, 2010

Photography Prints This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Panorama size: 1194 megapixels (46212 x 25852 pixels)
Input images: 360 (20 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 233.7 degrees wide by 130.7 degrees high (top=78.3, bottom=-52.5)Panorama size: 1424 megapixels (50008 x 28492 pixels)

Mogollon Rim, November 4, 2010

Grand Canyon, September 24, 2010

Overlooking the Bright Angel Trail and Indian Gardens from the south rim of the Grand Canyon.

Panorama size: 1240 megapixels (40620 x 30544 pixels)
Input images: 357 (17 columns by 21 rows)
Field of view: 202.2 degrees wide by 152.0 degrees high (top=82.2, bottom=-69.8)

Bright Angel Trail Overlook, September 24, 2010 Bright Angel Trail overlook.

Art Prints Bright Angel Trail Overlook Grand Canyon Arizona: You can buy prints up to four feet by six feet or 5" x 7" greeting cards of this photograph.

Bright Angel Trail Overlook, September 24, 2010

Photography Prints Bright Angel Trail Overlook Grand Canyon Arizona September 24 2010: Overlooking the Bright Angel Trail and Indian Gardens from the south rim of the Grand Canyon. This giant panoramic image can be printed as large as 4 feet by 6 feet.

Tonto Natural Bridge, September 16, 2010

Tonto Natural Bridge is the largest travertine bridge in the United States. It is located north of Payson off Highway 87. The bridge is 400 feet long, 150 feet wide, and 180 feet tall.

Panorama size: 891 megapixels (32744 x 27240 pixels)
Input images: 304 (16 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 164.8 degrees wide by 137.1 degrees high (top=84.3, bottom=-52.8)

Tonto Natural Bridge, September 16, 2010

Art Prints You can buy prints up to four feet by four feet or greeting cards of this photograph.

Grand Falls of the Little Colorado River, August 31, 2010

Grand Falls is located on the Little Colorado River in the Navajo Reservation east of Flagstaff. The Little Colorado River Canyon was dammed by a lava flow from Merriam Crater. Now the river flows around the lava flow and falls back into the canyon downstream. The falls are 185 feet tall, higher than Niagra Falls.

Panorama size: 932 megapixels (34196 x 27269 pixels)
Input images: 323 (17 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 172.2 degrees wide by 137.3 degrees high (top=81.7, bottom=-55.6)

Grand Falls of the Little Colorado River, August 31, 2010

Art Prints You can buy prints up to four feet by six feet or greeting cards of this photograph.

Grand Falls of the Little Colorado River, August 31, 2010

Photography Prints Grand Falls Of The Little Colorado River August 31 2010: Grand Falls is located on the Little Colorado River in the Navajo Reservation east of Flagstaff. The Little Colorado River Canyon was dammed by a lava flow from Merriam Crater. Now the river flows around the lava flow and falls back into the canyon downstream. The falls are 185 feet tall, higher than Niagara Falls. This panoramic view was captured with a Gigapan robotic camera mount. The extremely high resolution image file can be printed as large as 48 inches by 72 inches.

Meteor Crater, August 26, 2010

Barringer Crater, more popularly known as Meteor Crater, was created by the impact of a meteor about 50,000 years ago. This is the view from the visitor center on the rim of the crater.

Panorama size: 1008 megapixels (41209 x 24465 pixels)
Input images: 357 (21 columns by 17 rows)
Field of view: 206.5 degrees wide by 122.6 degrees high (top=76.4, bottom=-46.2)

Meteor Crater Visitor Center View, August 26, 2010

View from the observation platform inside the crater.

Panorama size: 204 megapixels (20153 x 10141 pixels)
Input images: 70 (10 columns by 7 rows)
Field of view: 278.5 degrees wide by 140.2 degrees high (top=89.8, bottom=-50.3)

Meteor Crater Rim View, August 26, 2010

View from a high point on the rim of the crater.

Panorama size: 179 megapixels (18256 x 9842 pixels)
Input images: 63 (9 columns by 7 rows)
Field of view: 249.9 degrees wide by 134.8 degrees high (top=89.2, bottom=-45.6)

Meteor Crater Platform View, August 26, 2010

Red Rock Secret Wilderness Overlook, June 28, 2010

Looking down into Red Rock Secret Wilderness. The city of Sedona lies on the far side of Capitol Butte in the distance. Smoke from the Shultz Fire obscures the distant horizon.

Panorama size: 758 megapixels (29397 x 25802 pixels)
Input images: 252 (14 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 124.1 degrees wide by 108.9 degrees high (top=49.5, bottom=-59.4)

Red Rock Secret Wilderness Overlook, June 28, 2010

Art Prints You can buy prints up to four feet by six feet or greeting cards of this photograph.

Looking down into Red Rock Secret Wilderness. The city of Sedona lies on the far side of Capitol Butte in the distance. Smoke from the Shultz Fire obscures the distant horizon.

Panorama size: 871 megapixels (33643 x 25898 pixels)
Input images: 288 (16 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 171.1 degrees wide by 131.7 degrees high (top=71.0, bottom=-60.7)

Red Rock Secret Wilderness Overlook, June 28, 2010

Art Prints You can buy prints up to four feet by six feet or greeting cards of this photograph.

West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon from East Buzzard Point, June 25, 2010

Looking down into the west fork of Oak Creek Canyon from East Buzzard Point.

Panorama size: 1051 megapixels (45210 x 23257 pixels)
Input images: 352 (22 columns by 16 rows)
Field of view: 228.9 degrees wide by 117.7 degrees high (top=62.3, bottom=-55.4)

West Fork of Oak Creek Canyon from East Buzzard Point, June 25, 2010

Red Rock Secret Wilderness Overlook, June 25, 2010

Looking down into Red Rock Secret Wilderness. The city of Sedona lies on the far side of Capitol Butte in the distance. Smoke from the Shultz Fire obscures the distant horizon.

Panorama size: 742 megapixels (28789 x 25785 pixels)
Input images: 234 (13 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 145.7 degrees wide by 130.5 degrees high (top=75.8, bottom=-54.7)

Red Rock Secret Wilderness Overlook, June 25, 2010

Art Prints You can buy prints up to four feet by six feet or greeting cards of this photograph.

San Francisco Peaks and Shultz Fire, June 25, 2010

Smoke wafts from the Shultz Fire five days after it started burning.

Panorama size: 347 megapixels (21422 x 16231 pixels)
Input images: 110 (10 columns by 11 rows)
Field of view: 108.5 degrees wide by 82.2 degrees high (top=30.1, bottom=-52.0)

San Francisco Peaks and Shultz Fire, June 25, 2010

Art Prints You can buy prints up to four feet by six feet or greeting cards of this photograph.

Montezuma's Castle and Well, May 6, 2010

Montezuma's Castle was constructed by the Sinagua people starting in the 1100s. They departed in the 1300s for unknown reasons.

Panorama size: 771 megapixels (28236 x 27331 pixels)
Input images: 266 (14 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 124.1 degrees wide by 120.2 degrees high (top=68.6, bottom=-51.5)

Montezuma's Castle, May 6, 2010

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Montezuma's Castle, May 6, 2010

Photography Prints Montezumas Castle Arizona May 6 2010: Montezuma's Castle is a cliff dwelling in the Verde Valley of Arizona. It was constructed by the Sinagua people starting in the 1100s. They departed in the 1300s for unknown reasons. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Montezuma's Well is a limestone sinkhole. It was an important source of water for the Sinagua people from the 100s to the 1300s. It is fed by a warm spring that produces 1.5 million gallons of water each day. The water has a high carbon dioxide content so fish cannot survive in the lake. The water drains through a swallet and emerges on the far side of the rock wall. The Sinagua people dug an irrigation ditch to direct the outflow to their croplands.

Panorama size: 1101 megapixels (42414 x 25972 pixels)
Input images: 380 (20 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 220.7 degrees wide by 135.1 degrees high (top=81.3, bottom=-53.9)

Montezuma's Well, May 6, 2010

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Casa Grande Ruins, April 30, 2010

The Casa Grande Ruins National Monument is located near the town of Coolidge, Arizona. The big house was constructed of caliche mud by the Hohokam people in the 1200s and 1300s. A culture of communal irrigation fed agriculture propsered in the area for many decades. The compound was abandoned for inknown reasons before the arrival of the Spanish in the 1500s. The descendents of the Hohokam may be the Tohono O'odham people.

Panorama size: 613 megapixels (22565 x 27171 pixels)
Input images: 209 (11 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 114.6 degrees wide by 138.0 degrees high (top=87.5, bottom=-50.4)

Casa Grande Ruins, April 30, 2010

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Panorama size: 884 megapixels (36208 x 24437 pixels)
Input images: 306 (18 columns by 17 rows)
Field of view: 183.0 degrees wide by 123.5 degrees high (top=75.3, bottom=-48.2)

Casa Grande Ruins, April 30, 2010

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Casa Grande Ruins, April 30, 2010

Photography Prints Casa Grande Ruins April 30 2010: The Casa Grande Ruins National Monument is located near the town of Coolidge, Arizona. The big house was constructed of caliche mud by the Hohokam people in the 1200s and 1300s. A culture of communal irrigation fed agriculture prospered in the area for many decades. The compound was abandoned for unknown reasons before the arrival of the Spanish in the 1500s. The descendants of the Hohokam may be the Tohono O'odham people. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Panorama size: 513 megapixels (19929 x 25764 pixels)
Input images: 162 (9 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 99.5 degrees wide by 128.7 degrees high (top=75.6, bottom=-53.1)

Casa Grande Ruins, April 30, 2010

Art Prints You can buy framed prints oand greeting cards of this photograph.

Salt River, Bulldog Canyon, April 29, 2010

The Salt River flows down from Roosevelt Lake through a series of reservoirs to and through the city of Phoenix. It is running very high this spring. It is seen here winding through Buldog Canyon below Stuart Mountain Dam and Saguaro Lake.

Panorama size: 803 megapixels (30367 x 26454 pixels)
Input images: 252 (14 columns by 18 rows)
Field of view: 154.7 degrees wide by 134.8 degrees high (top=81.2, bottom=-53.6)

Salt River, Bulldog Canyon, April 29, 2010

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This is a popular spot for launching river rafts and floating on the river in inner tubes.

Panorama size: 819 megapixels (29899 x 27396 pixels)
Input images: 266 (14 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 128.0 degrees wide by 117.3 degrees high (top=73.3, bottom=-44.0)

Salt River, Bulldog Canyon, April 29, 2010

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Coons Bluff is one of the landing spots for rafts and inner tube riders, just above the confluence of the Salt and Verde Rivers.

Panorama size: 973 megapixels (37805 x 25743 pixels)
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Field of view: 192.0 degrees wide by 130.8 degrees high (top=73.9, bottom=-56.8)

Salt River, Coons Bluff, April 29, 2010

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Saguaro National Park, Arizona, March 19, 2010

Ocotillo grow alongside Saguaros in Saguaro National Park in the foothills of the Rincon Mountains.

Panorama size: 796 megapixels (28709 x 27748 pixels)
Input images: 266 (14 columns by 19 rows)
Field of view: 106.4 degrees wide by 102.9 degrees high (top=64.5, bottom=-38.4)

Ocotillo, Saguaro National Park, Arizona, March 19, 2010

Three Saguaros stand alongside a dry creek bed in Saguaro National Park in the foothills of the Rincin Mountains.

Panorama size: 816 megapixels (30776 x 26539 pixels)
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Field of view: 114.6 degrees wide by 98.8 degrees high (top=58.6, bottom=-40.2)

Saguaro skeleton, Saguaro National Park, Arizona, March 19, 2010

A stand of Saguaros in the east section of Saguaro National Park in the foothills of the Rincon Mountains.

Panorama size: 865 megapixels (34410 x 25154 pixels)
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Field of view: 127.7 degrees wide by 93.3 degrees high (top=45.6, bottom=-47.7)

Saguaro skeleton, Saguaro National Park, Arizona, March 19, 2010

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A skeleton is all that remains of a fallen Saguaro in Saguaro National park. The Rincon Mountains serve as a backdrop. A Mesquite Tree probably served a nurse plant for the Sagauro when it was very small.

Panorama size: 712 megapixels (32003 x 22278 pixels)
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Field of view: 108.2 degrees wide by 75.3 degrees high (top=29.2, bottom=-46.1)

Saguaro skeleton, Saguaro National Park, Arizona, March 19, 2010

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Papago Buttes, Arizona, February 4, 2010

Papago Buttes from the Eliot Ramada in the west half of Papgo Park, about two miles from my new home.

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Papago Buttes, Arizona, February 4, 2010

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Papago Buttes, Arizona, January 29, 2010

Papago Buttes are a familiar landmark to residents of Phoenix, Arizona. They straddle McDowell Road. The plants are Creosote, Sage, and Palo Verde Trees.

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Papago Buttes, Arizona, January 29, 2010

Snow on Four Peaks, Arizona, January 25, 2010

After a recent winter storm, I drove east out of Scottsdale to Four Peaks to shoot a couple of new Gigapans.

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Snow on Four Peaks, Arizona, January 25, 2010

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Four Peaks is blanketed in snow from a recent winter storm as the sun sets. Saguaro, Cholla and Prickly Pear Cacti dominate the landscape,

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Snow on Four Peaks, Arizona, January 25, 2010

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Snow on Four Peaks, Arizona, January 25, 2010

Photography Prints Snowy Four Peaks With Saguaro Cactus January 25 2010: Four Peaks is blanketed in snow from a recent winter storm as the sun sets. Saguaro, Cholla and Prickly Pear Cacti dominate the landscape. This photo is available as prints as large as four feet by six feet.

Sunset Crater from southeast, Arizona, March 17, 2009

Sunset Crater is a cinder cone that erupted about 1,000 years ago. This view shows the southeast side of the cinder cone

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Sunset Crater, Arizona, March 17, 2009

Sunset Crater from south, Arizona, March 17, 2009

This view shows the south side of the cinder cone

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Sunset Crater, Arizona, March 17, 2009

Sunset Crater from Lava Flow Trail, Arizona, March 16, 2009

This view was taken along the Lava Flow Trail on the west side of the crater.

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Sunset Crater, Arizona, March 16, 2009

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Meteor Crater, Arizona, March 16, 2009

Barringer Crater, more popularly known as Meteor Crater, was created by the impact of a meteorite about 50,000 years ago.

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Meteor Crater, Arizona, March 16, 2009

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Meteor Crater, Arizona, March 16, 2009

Superstition Mountains, Arizona, March 13, 2009

Late afternoon view of the Superstition Mountains from Lost Dutchman Park

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Superstition Mountains, Arizona, March 13, 2009

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Superstition Mountains, Arizona, March 13, 2009

Apache Lake, Apache Trail, Arizona, March 13, 2009

Apache Lake is just below Roosevelt Lake along the Apache Trail. It is as full as it has ever been.

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Apache Lake, Apache Trail, Arizona, March 13, 2009

Roosevelt Dam, Apache Trail, Arizona, March 13, 2009

Roosevelt Dam is at the upper end of the Apache Trail.

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Roosevelt Dam, Apache Trail, Arizona, March 13, 2009

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Roosevelt Lake Bridge, Arizona, March 13, 2009

Roosevelt Lake Bridge was built in the early 1990s when the height of Roosevelt Dam was increased. Roosevelt Lake has never contained more water.

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Roosevelt Lake Bridge, Arizona, March 13, 2009

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Fish Creek Canyon, Apache Trail, Arizona, March 13, 2009

The Apache Trail makes a precipitous descent into Fish Creek Canyon between Canyon Lake and Apache Lake.

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Fish Creek Canyon, Arizona, March 13, 2009

Fish Creek Canyon, Arizona, March 13, 2009 Fish-eye view

Fish Creek Canyon, Arizona, March 13, 2009 Little planet

Super Guppy, Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona, March 12, 2009

The Super Guppy was modified from a turbo-prop equipped YC-97J to carry large Saturn rocket stages for the Apollo Program.

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Super Guppy, Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona, March 12, 2009

C-97G, KB-50J, KC-97G, C-135A, Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona, March 12, 2009

This view of the Pima Air Museum features a Boeing C-97G Stratofreighter, KB-50J Superfortress tankjer, KC-97G Stratotanker, and NASA C-135A Stratofreighter.

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C-97G, KB-50J, KC-97G, C-135A, Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona, March 12, 2009

C-124, C-117, and C-133, Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona, March 12, 2009

The Pima Air Museum is one of the most comprehensive in the United States. This view features a Douglas C-124 Globemaster II, a Douglas C-117 Skytrain, and a Douglas C-133 Cargomaster.

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C-124, C-117, and C-133, Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona, March 12, 2009

Boeing NB-52A Stratofortress Mothership, Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona, March 12, 2009

The Boeing NB-52A Superfortress Mothership launched three X-15s and three lifting bodies from 1959 to 1969,

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Boeing NB-52A Stratofortress Mothership, Pima Air and Space Museum, Arizona, March 12, 2009

Dry Wash, Saguaro National Park, Arizona, March 12, 2009

Saguaros take 150 to 200 years to reach full growth.

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Dry Wash, Saguaro National Park, Arizona, March 12, 2009

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Kinney Road, Saguaro National Park, Arizona, March 12, 2009

Saguaros, Prickly Pear, and Cholla cacti on a hillside in Saguaro National Park.

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Kinney Road, Saguaro National Park, Arizona, March 12, 2009

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Saguaro Lake overlook, Apache Trail, Arizona, December 26, 2008

360-degree panorama overlooking an arm of Saguaro Lake. An ephemeral waterfall plunges into the lake as a flock of ducks floats nearby.

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Saguaro Lake Overlook, December 26, 2008

Saguaro Lake Overlook, December 26, 2008 Saguaro Lake overlook little planet.


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Lockett Photography Giant Print Catalog

My giant photographs are now available as framed prints, gallery wrapped canvas prints, rolled prints, and greeting cards. They are prepared by Fine Art America. Select from thousands of frames, mats, and wrap combinations and receive your fine art prints within one week! No PayPal account is necessary.

These are intricately detailed, wide-angle images created with a Gigapan robotic camera mount and Stittcher software. Most photos are available in a variety of sizes as large as 48" x 78". Some photos are available as large as 48" x 84".


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Lockett Books Calendar Catalog: Wide Open Spaces of Arizona

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