All articles tagged as 'panoramic orb'

TR: A Presidential Orbit
July 11th, 2011 | By:  Greg

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No, it's not Plan 9 From Outer Space. We went and did the Presidential Traver--I mean Orbit over in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Check out the full TR: Click the picture or here to read A Presidential Orbit

Paradise Planet in the Beehive State
June 27th, 2011 | By:  Greg | 4 Comments

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Kristin and I visited Porter for a week long tour of southern Utah. Along the way we saw many incredible sights, but perhaps among the most amazing was a narrow canyon near the Escalante National Monument that featured one of the most breathtaking swimming holes I've ever seen. After a ... ...Read more

The Holy Zero °C
September 26th, 2010 | By:  Greg | 6 Comments

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The FIS have been working on reestablishing diplomatic relations with the Holy Zero °C for the past several days. Working through third party diplomats, indirect contact has been made in the mountains of the north east. However, despite the progress evidenced by the following photograph, no direct contact ... ...Read more

When it’s Too Crowded to Ski on Earth…
February 14th, 2010 | By:  Greg | Comment

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Go skiing on your own personal ski planet! (remember skiing an orb?) Just make sure you they have powder there. And some steeps on your own personal ski-planet wouldn't hurt either.

Skiing an Orb
July 8th, 2009 | By:  Greg | Comment

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I came across a pretty cool tutorial the other day after seeing a tip on TGR. So I just started playing around with some old pictures, and came up with something I think looks pretty fun. I'll be trying some more of these in the next few weeks and ... ...Read more

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