Planet Pano of The Nose

By:  Greg
October 13, 2010 8:13 pm | Category: Single Image
Planet Pano of The Nose

This 360 degree panorama of Mount Mansfield (taken from “The Nose”) is presented using a technique known as “panoramic orbs.” Although at first glance it looks rather distorted and unreal, it is in fact a fairly logical way of presenting a 360 degree view. Feel free to tilt your head and view it from different angles. You can interpret the tilt of your head as rotating from the point of view of the photographer to take in the scene. I hope you enjoyed! If you want to see more, check out posts tagged “panoramic orb” here on FIS.


  1. Zak
    wrote on October 13th, 2010 at 9:56 pm  

    Incredible photograph…yet again. Looks like she (Mansfield) is ready for some snow.

  2. Greg
    wrote on October 14th, 2010 at 9:36 am  

    Thanks Zak! It IS ready for some snow on it’s face. I know a lot of other people who are too :D

    PS: didn’t even know you could comment on these attachment pages… neat! Nice discovery

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