Because sometimes you just want to GigaPan the beauty around you.
37 31 36 N 77 27 20 W - Facing Southeast
Incredible ripples (gravel dunes), deposited subaqueously in the channel of the Columbia River Gorge near Quincy, Washington.
Erosional and depositional features along the Pinto Ridge Road, showing effects of the Glacial Lake Missoula megafloods.
Big gravel bars in a Scabland channel, just downstream from Wilson Creek.
West of Quincy, there are big gravel dunes deposited subaqueously by the Glacial Lake Missoula outburst floods.
LiDAR data and processing courtesy of Dan Doctor, USGS
LiDAR provided by Dan Doctor (USGS) of the western Blue Ridge province at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers.
A view north from Battery Crosby over Marshall's Beach and toward the Golden Gate Bridge.
44 49 46 N 111 25 51 W - Facing Southwest
44 51 19 N 111 23 41 W - Facing South
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