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Here are pictures from other regions. Most are not top quality.
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|Full size is 19129 x 2752. (6' 11" x 1' [$70] at 229DPI) (Full-Rez Slice)|
A 360 degree view of Boston from the Prudential Skywalk. A much nicer one replacing a dreary cloudy one I had earlier.
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|Full size is 5361 x 742. (2' 3" x 4" [$25] at 200DPI) (Full-Rez Slice)|
Trout Lake in Yellowstone National Park. Low-res digital, but still pretty. Shot on my walking-stick monopod. You have to hike up a bit from the road east out of the park to get to this lovely lake.
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|Full size is 4328 x 981. (1' 10" x 5" [$25] at 200DPI) (Full-Rez Slice)|
Mt. Princeton, an over-14,000 foot mountain glimpsed in a break in the clouds near Beuna Vista, Colorado.
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|Full size is 3758 x 911. (1' 7" x 5" [$25] at 200DPI) (Full-Rez Slice)|
Grand Lake on the way to Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado.
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|Full size is 10342 x 1029. (4' 4" x 5" [$25] at 200DPI) (Full-Rez Slice)|
This shot was taken on my cruise ship before the 99 eclipse. See all the other ships gathered on the sea with us. For some reason I got really bad light fall-off. It was taken with my Olympus because all other cameras were getting ready to shoot the Eclipse.
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|Full size is 2434 x 1001. (1' x 5" [$25] at 200DPI) (Full-Rez Slice)|
The dish at the Aricebo radio observatory. This handheld pano doesn't stitch perfectly but it is the only way to see the whole dish from the observation platform short of a fish-eye. You may recognize this observatory -- the largest radio telescope in the world -- from "Contact" or "GoldenEye."
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|Full size is 6322 x 1015. (2' 8" x 5" [$25] at 200DPI) (Full-Rez Slice)|
The top of the Beartooth Pass in Montana. This low-res digital doesn't do it justice. At almost 11,000 feet the trees are gone. The drive is spectacular but hard to photograph, even with panoramics.