Ruta 40 between Villa Mascardi and El Bolsón ©gs

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Comments (13)

BWS's ghost on July 13, 2010

I'm liking your use of 2:1 ratio. Maybe we could start a Panoramic Panoramio Photographers movement :) The PPP, or 3P for those in a great hurry.

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on July 13, 2010

Thanks a lot! It does work well with some photos, though not with many - but some it really does improve (the ones with the boring skies....)

©polytropos on July 14, 2010

Ist natürlich auch ein like wert!

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on July 14, 2010

Sei bedankt! Das ist auch wieder so eines, das einen kleinen chirurgischen Eingriff benötigt hat, um sein Potential zu entfalten....

Tomas K☼h☼ut on July 15, 2010

PPP :) Gudrun and Brian:

Will you establish also a movement for free replacement of traditional displays by wide ones?

Cheers, Tom

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on July 15, 2010

That would be nice, I'll be the first to apply for one;-) I'd be quite happy with the ones they have at Google offices;-)

Cheers, Gudrun

BWS's ghost on July 16, 2010

You mean some people are still using 4:3 displays, Tom? ;) Wide screen monitors have been the norm in America for quite some time, along with many extra wide butts sitting in front of them, unfortunately :P

Tomas K☼h☼ut on July 16, 2010

Brian Yes, me for example. And I don't like wide screens (and butts) :) very much, hard to read looong lines in maximized windows or struggle with arranging apps as vertical tiles on desktop.

Cheers, Tom

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on July 16, 2010

Me too- at home and at work! The first time I saw the wide displays was at Google offices. Europeans generally use the 4:3 screens. But then in old Europe everything's a bit smaller and quainter than in the States;-)

©polytropos on July 19, 2010

I live in small Switzerland, my office is too small for wide screen ...

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on July 21, 2010

Mine isn't much bigger - house prices and rents in our town are exorbitant;-)

Schwiemonster on July 26, 2010

was für ein Traum, wenn man von einer Straße so eine Sicht hat! Deine Fotos zeigen, dass die Welt nicht nur Enge und Überfüllung zu bieten hat :-))

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on July 26, 2010

Ja, in Patagonien hat es noch Platz! Und nicht weit entfernt ist El Bolsón, wo sich Alt-Hippies niedergelassen haben, Obst anbauen und das beste Eis Patagoniens machen....

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Photo taken in Bariloche - Río Negro Province, Argentina

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