You sure do know how to do Panoramas. I think that throwing in a few close-ups, style changes, or varied transitions might make it a little more interesting. I watched it clear through and did get to the point that I wanted the movement to stop so I really could enjoy the scene.
Nonetheless, a nice show and thanks much for sharing. And thanks for the comment about the royalty rights.
Thanks for sharing your slice of heaven! What gorgeous country. Being originally a Pacific Northwester, watching that really makes me miss the cold salt air, Dungeness Crabs, clams, oysters and the list goes on. However it does not make me miss the rain
Will you have this playing at the Farmers Mkt? Best of luck, it was just beautifully done.
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Question: Who is John Trevor and what is that bleak-looking building? It struck me instantly that there must be an interesting story behind it.
What a beautiful place to live! It must be like living in a postcard. I especially liked the picture of the cows grazing with the water in the background.
Mary, when you head out there, please stop by and pick me up!
BTW, Tristan is gorgeous!
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