Panaromic Images of the Seattle Area - 2010 - Low Resolution

During September 2009 I started to take panaromas around Seattle when on my bicycle and these are the best of the many I've made in 2010 (so far). I've made the panaromas by using a tripod, my Canon S90 with it's stich capability, a product from Photojojo.com and a free stitching program from Microsoft Research called Ice.

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  Gasworks Park looking South at Lake Union and Seattle.  
 
  Gasworks Park looking South at Lake Union and Seattle.

 
  On the Ballard Bridge looking East at the  
 
  On the Ballard Bridge looking East at the "cut", Frelard and Queen Anne.

 
  Seattle Center on a sunny day with children running in the fountain.  
 
  Seattle Center on a sunny day with children running in the fountain.

 
  At Wooden Boat Festival - actually a permanent building.  
 
  At Wooden Boat Festival - actually a permanent building.

 
  Fisherman Terminal loooking North at the fishing boats.  
 
  Fisherman Terminal loooking North at the fishing boats.

 
  Seattle Skyline taken from West seattle Foot Ferry <br> Too bad I goofed on the left most image for a complete Skyline.  
 
  Seattle Skyline taken from West seattle Foot Ferry
Too bad I goofed on the left most image for a complete Skyline.

 
  University Bridge Looking East  
 
  University Bridge Looking East

 
  University Bridge Looking West  
 
  University Bridge Looking West

 
  Portage Bay and UW looking East  
 
  Portage Bay and UW looking East

 
  Discovery Park Looking West from Flag Pole Hill  
 
  Discovery Park Looking West from Flag Pole Hill

 
  Magnolia Bluffs looking South  
 
  Magnolia Bluffs looking South

The photo(s) on this page and pages subsequent from this page were taken by Michael with Canon S90
and Canon 1100 SD1100IS cameras and are ©opyrighted by Michael Hoodes - Panaromics

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