Hanging at the bar
Hanging at the bar
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Some groovy concepts come together. These wide wide sand bars, the super sharp L lens, and my modified stylesheet supporting wide scrollable 'Panographs'. I will probably try to do more of these. Please let me know if this is a good or a bad thing. In other news, the 21" monitor I bought second hand last year has suddenly developed nasty ghosting - making it almost unusable for image editing. I keep having to put images on my 15" secondary monitor to check how it actually looks. So it seems I am going to have to spring for a new monitor soon. Pic of the day; Chickybabe's sequence of turtles is wonderful.

5 Comments on "Hanging at the bar"

  • Jill // 2006-01-16 06:41:28

    I LOVE THIS!!! This is absolutely amazing. Birds lined up on the sandbar. I love the scroll bar. I've done a few panoramas and I really like them. Please continue that feature! (and let me know how you do it, I'd love to be able to also.)
  • ChickyBabe // 2006-01-16 17:29:41

    It is definitely a great thing! I love these panographs. It gives a different perspective than simply joining photos into a pano; it seems to give more continuity as the eye travels with the scroll bar. Thank you kindly for mentioning me in you the pic of the day :).
  • David Kleinert // 2006-01-16 20:26:44

    It's a winner! The panographs are great. Cheers.
  • Chuck // 2006-01-16 22:13:31

    This is awesome. I vote for the pano, it's a good thing.
  • matt // 2006-01-16 23:29:53

    Even though I generally don't like to have to scroll when looking at a photoblog, I really like this. It's not just a regualr photo that is sized too big for the browser, with this there is a sense of mystery of what I'm going to see next as I scroll right. I think it's a good thing.

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