F = 646 mm
S = 1/250 s
A = F/10
Size= 196468 x 19573 pixels
May 8, 2013. View 1 of 3
Compare with this one (from the same exact site), taken after the flood had receded:
View from Many Parks curve, Rocky Mountain National Park. The alluvial fan at the base of the valley (in the distance) was created in a single flood event (1982?).
This is the view from the Airforces Memorial over the Thames River which is currently in Flood.
Saint Paul Flood Sunday March 27 2011. The mighty Mississippi is starting to spill over its banks.
This was not named correctly until 8:ooam Monday morning. I had it listed as Saturday. My apologies.
May 8, 2013. View 3 of 3.
Here's what it looks like when not in flood: gigapan.com/gigapans/129944
Storm surge barier the Maeslandkering is closed during a test closure on september 20, 2008
A view from Mounds Park of river near flooding on 3-23-2010
Another view of the Mississippi at high water. That's the Robert Street bridge on the right. See gigapan.org/gigapans/45621/ for a false-HDR version.
Using the same slightly overexposed images from the previous pano, I processed this in Topaz Adjust for a false-HDR look. The original version is at gigapan.org/gigapans/45615/
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