Phil Konstantin's Panorama Photographs - Page 7
Washington - Wyoming - Guatemala: Tikal



I love to take photographs. Over the years (I've had a website since 1996), I have literally posted tens of thousands of my photos online. I also enjoy merging individual photos into panoramas. Long before the internet and digital photography, I used to do this. My living room has several large groups of photos which were literally "cut and pasted" together to form one long photo. Digitally, some of these conversions have worked well, some have not. I have used a variety of software to construct my panoramas: including PhotoImpact, Photoshop and a variety of stand alone Panorama software. Currently, I am in the process of finding all of my panoramas and posting them on one, all-inclusive, website (this one). Roughly, the photos are sorted alphabetically, by US state, then country (Guatemala and Mexico), and finally, San Diego California.

Each group below will have the individual photos on the left, and the panoramic photos I made from them on the right.

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Washinton

                 
                 

Washington

                 

3 photo panorama


Independence Pass - Mount St, Helens - Washington - 1988


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3 photo panorama


Windy Ridge 1 - Mount St, Helens - Washington - 1988


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3 photo panorama


Windy Ridge 2 - Mount St, Helens - Washington - 1988


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11 photo panorama


Windy Ridge - Full 360 degrees - Mount St, Helens -
Washington - 1988
You can see me in the very last photo on the right


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3 photo panorama


Cedar Creek - Mount St, Helens - Washington - 1988


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5 photo panorama


Smith Creek - Mount St, Helens - Washington - 1988


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2 photo panorama


Columbia River - John Jay Dam -
Washington _ Oregon - 1988
                 

Wyoming

                 
                 

Wyoming

                 

Photos: 181, 182, 183, 184, 185


A 5 photo panorama of the Grand Tetons taken in 2005


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6 photo panorama


Grand Tetons - Wyoming - 1988
I can think of no better example of the "purple
mountain majesty" described in the National Anthem.

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4 photo panorama


Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone Rive from Inspiration Point -
The yellow tint to the rocks is where "Yellowstone" gets its name
Wyoming - 1988


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GUatemala: Tikal

                 
                 

Guatemala: Tikal

                 

Photos 619, 620, 621, 622, 623, and 624 taken in Tikal, Guatemala in 2001.


This is a 180 degree panorama of the 6 pictures taken from
the top of Temple IV in Tikal. This spot is approximately 212
feet high. You may recall this area & view from the Star Wars
movie "Return of the Jedi" (or was that "The Empire Strikes Back?").


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Photos 648 and 647 taken in 2001.


Central Acropolis in Tikal, Guatemala -
It is approximately 700 feet long and covers four acres.


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Photos 650 and 649 taken in Tikal, Guatemala in 2001


Great Jaguar Claw's Palace in the Central Acropolis -
2 photo panorama - Tikal - Guatemala - 2001


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Photos 652, 651, 650 and 649 taken in Tikal, Guatemala in 2001


Great Jaguar Claw's Palace in the Central Acropolis -
4 photo panorama - Tikal - Guatemala - 2001


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Photos 669, 668 and 667 - Taken in 2001.


3 photo panorama - Structure 5D-43 -
Tikal, Guatemala - 2001


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since September 4, 2005