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Spruce Tree House - Mesa Verde National Park by Rick Braveheart

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Rick Braveheart Rick Braveheart
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0.27 Gigapixels
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1408
Date added
Jun 11, 2012
Date taken
Jun 11, 2012
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The Spruce Tree House at Mesa Verde National Park is the third largest and also the most accessible of all cliff dwelling within the park boundaries. Built between 1200 and 1276 A.D. by the Anasazi, now referred to as the Ancestral Puebloans, it contains 114 rooms that were built into a cave like recess of a mesa. The overall site measures 216 feet wide and 90 feet deep and is thought to have been home to roughly 100 people. This panorama was constructed from 100 photos stitched together into a single image measuring 489 inches wide, 345 inches tall and requiring 949 megabytes of disk space.

TECHNICAL NOTES ABOUT THIS PANORAMA
Panorama size:
Image size: 300x174 inches (21600x12550 pixels)
Constructed from: 100 images (10 columns by 10 rows)
File size: 949 megapixels
Field of view: 39.9 degrees wide by 28.2 degrees high
Photographed with:
Canon PowerShot SX260 HS
Camera setting: 500mm lens, f/8, .003 sec., 100 ISO


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