|Sometimes a single picture is just way too small to capture the expansive scene before you. At such times, a panoramic photo is necessary in order to convey some sense of what you are seeing.
Over the past ten years I have taken all sorts of panoramic photos in all sorts of places: Western Oregon, Eastern Oregon, the Oregon Coast, California, Washington, and most recently, the city of Portland. There are panoramas from mountain tops and from valleys; panoramas of floods and of deserts; panoramas of man-made objects and of nature; and even a number of 360-degree panoramas from scenic viewpoints. Whatever your panoramic needs, you’ll find it here!
These panoramic photos are scattered amongst many different albums which correspond to the particular outing I was on when I took them. Each year (more or less) I have been gathering the panoramas from that year into a virtual album, so that they are easier to find and all in one place. These include:
After all these years, my panoramic photos are scattered across enough annual panorama albums that I decided it was time to make a conglomerate ‘super-album’
so that once again, they are all in one place and easier to find.
Out of my 150-plus panoramas, a small handful of them, mostly of waterfalls, are oriented vertically. In order to make those easy to find as well, I have also just created a separate Vertical Panoramas (All Years)
For further details about my progress into panormaic photography, and to find out about some of the software I have been using, see the article An Overview of Panoramic Photos.