Berti and Edi were so excited to meet the Androids.
A 360 degree panorama shot near Arivaca, Arizona.
Can you spot the Tertiary Pluton intruding the Panamint Range?
Second of three views of the San Andreas Fault from Cerro Noroeste Road near Valle Vista Campground, Los Padres National Forest.
Spring has finally sprung here in Hays. The trees are flowering nicely and there was a nearly cloudless sky this morning. It would have been criminal of me not to shoot a GigaPan of it...
This is a closer view of the geologically interesting part of another GigaPan that's currently uploading.
Shot from beside Brown Road, just west of CA-395.
The first of another pair of GigaPans experimenting with exposure settings on a waterfall - in this case Kakabeka Falls, just west of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Spherical panorama taken to enhance Jon Udell's "Google Maps Walking Tour of Keene, NH" - weblog.infoworld.com/udell/gems/gmap2_flash.html
Best viewed in Google Earth.
This highly garnetiferous blueschist (and a bit of eclogite) was collected near the mouth of the Russian River, just north of Jenner, California.
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