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Sutro Controls Both the Vertical and the Horizontal

February 21, 2011

From chert to shining sky (finally):

And a more traditional panorama, with requisite puffy clouds — 180º, Sutro to Candlestick, 8600 pixels wide, click image to zoom (6 images merged with Autostitch on the iPhone)

If you look closely you can kind of see the snow on Mt. Tam and Mt. Diablo (along with a number of ghosts who inhabit Twin Peaks).

Also,  a quick and dirty Occipital panorama (full 360, but lower resolution and crappy vertical stitching).

And SutrODC:

ODC is awesome by the way.  They’ve got some really great space in their old and new buildings.

And here is what Sutro sees of us, the denizens of Mission / La Lengua / Bernalwood / Noe:

Click image to zoom, or feast your eyes upon the green jewel of southeast San Francisco, Bernal Heights:

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. February 21, 2011 11:57 am

    Gorgeous!

  2. February 21, 2011 3:17 pm

    Some true beauts there… Bigger is better sometimes! Love how Sutro seems to be making a conscious effort to match the color scheme of the chert in the first shot.

    That last one really gets me with all the houses looking like little blocks. Really what they are, I s’pose. That’s James Lick Middle School, right? Always loved that art deco building.

    Thanks for the virtual tour. I can now go about my day having taken in my full dose of SFness.

  3. Brillo permalink
    February 22, 2011 10:38 am

    time to compile your magnum opus, “36 views of Mount Sutro”

    • February 22, 2011 11:38 am

      You are not the first person to suggest that. And I have a fairly epic project that I hope to get done soon.

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