I took this panoramic shot just east of the Appalachian mountains in Albemarle County,Virginia. I happened to be passing by at sunset. Despite the lack of clouds to provide a colorful sky, the valley itself seemed to almost glow in the late evening sun. Like all of the photos on my blog, you can click on the image above to see a larger, more detailed version of it.
Category Archives: Panoramic
Jones Run Falls Panorama
I stitched together 6 separate photos to create this panoramic view of the rock wall at Jones Run Falls in Shenandoah National Park. The water seeping over the stone edifice makes it appear very dark, nearly black. As with all of the photos on my blog, you can click on it to see a larger, more detailed image.
The Hobson Plots
I stitched together a series of photos to create this panoramic image of the Hobson family plots in Hollywood Cemetery, Richmond, Va. It just seemed like the perfect post for Halloween.
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Big
This panoramic photo was stitched together from 10 separate images taken at the Richmond Folk Festival on October 13, 2012. There were 6 stages hosting musical acts ranging from Argentina to Ethiopia. The scene depicted above was on one of the hills as a band named “Septeto Nacional de Ignacio Pineiro” played Cuban music. We arrived there just after watching Wang Li play the Chinese jaw harp. Needless to say it was quite a big event.
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Crystal Springs Panorama I
During my recent business trip to Wytheville, VA I had some time to fill after work. One evening I rode my bike to Crystal Springs. I took 10 photos and stitched them together for this panoramic view of the springs. Click on the image to see a larger image of it.
During our ride down the Creeper Trail from Whitetop to Damascus, we stopped at this mountain stream for a quick break. I stitched together several photos to create this panoramic view of the stream and its flowing water. Click on the photo for a larger view of it.
James River July Morning
During a morning walk along the James River it amazed me how much the river has changed since the spring. The water is lower and there’s a lot of aquatic vegetation that wasn’t there just a few months ago.