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Posted by DeeVee , in MOCs Dec 06 2012 · 772 views

Canada Photography Vancouver Panorama Traveling
So being in Portland, we're about four hours from the Canadian border. You might have noticed that Hahli Husky and Nukaya have both blogged about us traveling up there to hang out recently. It's a fun get-away, and since Janus and HH live literally on the other side of the border, it's pretty feasible. ANYWAY.
I wanted to share this cool panorama I took of the same place I took a cool panorama back in January when we traveled up to Vancouver with AndrewSmeag and Hanni. I think my new goal is to take a version of this panorama every time we're there.
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That larger version is about 7% of the full-size photo, which is extremely too large for Flickr or other hosting sites I use. Which is okay, because you guys don't need that anyway. This is a panorama of 13 different photos stitched together. They were shot portrait style, to get the full weight of that sky. It was one of those super cloudy but suddenly the sun breaks through moments. It was gorgeous.

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Dec 06 2012 11:14 PM

That picture is breathtaking.



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That is so awesome it almost doesn't look real.
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Hahli Husky
Dec 07 2012 05:51 PM

This is seriously my favorite version.

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That is seriously an amazing picture.

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For whatever reason, whenever I see this all I can think of is a time-lapsed picture.  Like one of those shots they do in all the crime shows of the cities moving abnormally fast--but you did it without even having it move and that's impressive.  Pat, you are amazing.

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The Ambassador of Love

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