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    Here's a pano I shot in Cambodia recently. This is the Ta Phrom Temple in the Angkor Archeological Park. For the people who have seen the movie, Lara Croft - Tomb Raider this is the temple where most of the tomb scenes were shot.

    http://panomonium.com/taphrom1.html

    Hope you enjoy and, as always comments are welcome.

    Cheers,
    Rob
    Today is worth two tomorrows.

  • #2
    Rob - you did a great job in capturing these images - you need to share some of your other panoramas from the region as well.
    Bill

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    • #3
      Very nice Rob :)

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      • #4
        Could have tidied up the place a bit...
        Badders

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        • #5
          It's always nice to see panoramas of far away away places that I will probably never have an opportunity to visit. This one does have some stitching problems though: at the seam to the left of the sun and at the two seams to the right. The nadir needs more care too, to eliminate this rather blatant error:



          John

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          • #6
            Badders,

            Sorry, didn't have my broom and Ellie wasn't there to tidy up for me...LOL
            Last edited by robvg; 03-12-2011, 08:47 AM.
            Today is worth two tomorrows.

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            • #7
              John,

              Thanks for your observations. I completely missed those stitchig errors. I could blame it on my 'late night eyes' not working properly but I was probably just careless and not
              paying as much attention to detail as I should have.

              As always your comments and observations are much appreciated.

              Cheers,
              Rob
              Today is worth two tomorrows.

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              • #8
                Were you wearin' those sunglasses? We used to put marks inside our Huey windscreens to line things up a little, so to speak, the last time I was there... I wonder can you put stitch lines inside those glasses? Lol

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