|Nate's Panorama Photo
Click on the thumbnails to see the full sized very large panorama image. I have also provided pictures of information signs posted at the sites for the curious.
|Arches National Park, Utah - Right after I
took this I tripped and broke my camera. Fortunately it was under
warrantee, so I got a new shiny camera afterwards.
The illustration on the right shows how this arch was formed.
|Rocky Mountains, Colorado - These are some
of the highest peaks in the continental united states. It doesn't look so
high because it was taken a few kilometers (2.7) up.
Details can be seen in the map provided on the right.
|This is a VERY wide panorama of Centerville Ohio after a good snow|
|This is a slightly less wide panorama of the same area|
|And yet a slightly even lesser wide panorama of snow in Centerville|
|This is Erie Pennsylvania taken from Presque "Island" which is actually more of a peninsula.|
|Joshua Tree National Park is loaded with all these interesting small peaks which one can hike to the top of and get some nifty photos.|
|See... Kansas is flat. The funny thing is it's not totally flat, but there aren't really any trees so you can just see for miles and miles.|
|Taken from below the American Falls, one can see the Royaled (roiled) Canadian Side. Nothing like the splendor of nature with Casinos in the back drop.|
|Getting near Horseshoe falls. The best way to describe it is, its very big and quite impressive. Lots and lots of water pours over that thing, honest.|
|You can see both the falls from the American side. I didn't see it from the Canadian side. Really I love Canadians, but my girl friend didn't have a Canadian Visa.|
|This is the East Niagara River showing the outskirts of Buffalo taken from Grand Island. Its a very nice place to stay.|
|The Solid Rock Church off of I-75 north of Cincinnati has made this sort of giant fiberglass statue of Jesus in this Willam Defoe Platoon Pose.|
|My sister and mother think that the Jesus looks like he's sinking in quick sand. Quick! someone throw him a fiberglass vine!|
|The Pacific Coast Highway is really quick splendid. The nice thing about California is that it's totally loaded with scenic drives.|
|two panoramic pictures over looking the Big Basin Redwood forest just outside of San Jose taken at two different times.|
|The giant redwoods are quite impressive if you've never seen them before.|
|San Francisco is one of the most scenic cities I can think of. This is a shot overlooking much of the city from Twin Peaks.|
|The Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco is pretty nifty. It's very pleasant for a nice stroll around.|
|Just north of Los Angeles you can drive up into the mountains. The views are really spiffy. It makes it hard to your eyes on the road.|
|This is Tubingen Germany taken from the castle overlooking the city. I don't feel like looking for my esset character, so lets just call it a Castle.|
|Another cool picture of Tubingen. It's a nice place to visit. Good food, picturesque, etc.|
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