Trees outside Carnegie Mellon's Cyert Hall. Gigapan Epic 100 canted downward 90 degrees taking an image set from the robot "horizon" up 45 degrees.
Great colors. Nice unorthodox perspective.
Something to try: maybe rerun the stitcher on
these input images and under Options select
'rows upward' and restitch and it should
come out not rotated by 90 degrees. It's
non-intuitive, but this actually works on all
You have created the fantastic planet Autumna.
Only native Autumnans can explain how it can be
that the ground is covered with orange sugar maple
leaves, and all the leaves still on the trees are
yellow. A wonderful puzzle.
Cool shot : ) It is a little planet without having
to do a stereographic projection conversion with
the lattitude at -90 degrees. I love the wonderful
orange and yellow colors of the leaves.
Wow, that's an astonishing perspective!...and
thanks for the comments on my Dawson Falls
panorama. Here's one of the next in line to be
uploaded: Helmcken Falls, on the same river
downstream. (this is a 10% reduction of the
original Gigapan) www.pbase.com/darby2/image/1183120
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