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Timothy Chase
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I have lived in Seattle since early 1999. I got a camera in early October, 2007 and started taking some pictures. More recently I got into panoramas and have taken a fair number, including hemisphere and sphere panoramas - the latter of which are available at the "link" in the upper left (just below the "T" in my name) as part of Google Maps. Email (remove all spaces and replace "at" with the appropriate symbol): timothy chase at gmail .com

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Beautiful view! Like-159! greetings A. Mastalerz.

Very beautiful panorama ! LIKE-5! Greetings from Ukraine! Yuri.

Greetings to you jantoni and thank you for your compliments.

Thanks for the caption info. Very interesting!

Cylindrical panorama, 20 photos taken 2011-11-06 between 14:36-39, 11744 X 2000 px, 72 X 18 degrees. This was taken from the Kinnear Park observation deck, the subject of a hemisphere panorama. It offers a different view of a familiar place.

Cylindrical projection. 4 photos taken on 2011-11-06 at 16:43, 6427 X 1108 px, 16 X 4 degrees. The photos were taken at Bhy Kracke Park near the southern tip of Queen Anne. It is still just early fall around here. Perhaps a slight chill at night, but you can see the snow along the peaks of the Cascades. Probably there all year round most years. What really stands out for me is how jagged parts of the Cascades are. Just to the right of the main white capped peaks you will see jagged peaks without snow, then further to the right even more jagged peaks with snow. On the right along the bottom edge you can see houses, complete with white trim. This looks like something taken out in the wilderness with only some human habitation, but we are still pretty much in the middle of Seattle, and fairly close to Belltown.

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