More panorama experiments – still not good enough


“There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.” ~  Ernst Haas (1921 – 1986) Austrian photographer and artist

This location is actually one that Larry suggested I photograph – it’s a strange assemblage of little hills that look a bit unnatural.  In all probability, they probably were piles of dirt excavated by the local cement company that owns the surrounding (and probably this) land.  When the grass grows back, it looks like it’s always been there – almost.

My only problem today was that by the time I got here, the light was fading.  I’ll try to get off work earlier to morrow and take these again.

Although the clouds sot of change in the middle of this photo, that’s not an artifact of the photo stitching process – that’s what the sky looked like, although the change in hue and brightness might be a little unnatural due to the differences in the shots that included the sun – my camera probably did a lot of filtering to reduce the glare of the sun, and at the same time, darkened the photos in that area.

Here’s another photo from a different location nearby a few minutes earlier:

As always, don’t forget to click on the images to see the larger version (you will need a monitor resolution of at least 1280 pixels wide to see these – if you don’t know what that means, just click them – if they go outside of your screen’s width, your resolution is less than 1280).