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Old Posted Oct 17, 2012, 11:56 PM
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I took this with the 360 dealey on my iphone.

Nice panarama, although it makes downtown and the TMC look so far away, yet they are pretty close to where you took the photo.
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A few panos I've made:

Raleigh, NC

Original (3679 x 1161)

Condado neighborhood, San Juan, PR

Original (2479 x 640)

Key West, FL

Original (4459 x 800)

Old San Juan

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Georgetown, Grand Cayman

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San Miguel, Cozumel, Mexico

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Kevin, do you mean the one that barely shows up in the distance to the right of St. Helen's? That may be Mt. Adams. I'm only going by what I'm seeing on Google Earth, though. Maybe some Portland forumers will help on this.
I'm not a Portland forum-er but i spent sometime in Washington State, and you're right. St. Helens is the round top on the left, Adams is just peeking out from behind a lower range closer in to its right, and Hood is looking like the pointy stratovolcano that it is to the right of Adams.
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Enjoy this one guys. you have to scroll all the way over.

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Great thread! Just a few I've taken over the last few years.


LA - Taken from Griffith (Photo Credit: Reed Wagner(me))


SF - Taken from Berkeley Marina (Photo Credit: Reed Wagner(me))


Portland - Looking in the direction most don't, across the Willamette. (Photo Credit: Reed Wagner(me))
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^ No offense, but Pittsburgh (Pg 1) has a real underwhelming skyline...It's hard to believe that it's metro is something like 2.5 million..No a bad thing..Just sayin'. Great city by all accounts.Lots of suburbs and exhurbs I suppose..Love that last shot of L.A btw
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^ No offense, but Pittsburgh (Pg 1) has a real underwhelming skyline...It's hard to believe that it's metro is something like 2.5 million..No a bad thing..Just sayin'. Great city by all accounts.Lots of suburbs and exhurbs I suppose..Love that last shot of L.A btw
I'm quite certain that you're in the extreme minority on that one. Pittsburgh has an absolutely gorgeous, well balanced skyline, in my opinion, and it's not just the skyscrapers either. It's the hills, and the river, and the bridges...
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Sydney looks similarly to Buenos Aires
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Huge pano of Toronto's countless towers out in the boroughs in the vicinity of the 401. Downtown Toronto isn't even shown in this pic.


HWY401-C by edmondw, on Flickr
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