Behold! The Panorama of Panoramas
Behold, a tiny panorama!
Wait, while tiny, it is extremely wide. What is it?
Could it be… the view of San Francisco from the Farallons? Click, if you dare, for a TWENTY-SIX THOUSAND PIXEL WIDE panorama.
Zoom and clarify! Golden Gate Bridge to Mt. Davidson.
Zoom and clarify! Downtown:
Pan left! Golden Gate Bridge:
Once again, thanks to our agent on the Farallons, Sara Lee Chandler, Scientist Emeritus of the world-renowned BJIFPS (Burrito Justice Institute of Farallonic and Panoramic Sciences) who sent in follow-on photos to our original Farallonoramic effort.
I have not had time to go through and label this one, so I have decided to crowdsource — I have added a numbered index to this panorama, going from 1 (left) to 400 (right). Use this as a point of reference for discussions.
(A crop of downtown to Sutro is below so you know what in the hell I’m talking about. Use fractions if it suits you.)
@bradvertising figured out how to map one degree SF-Farallon wedge:
We’ve labeled these map wedges onto the original pano. N1, N2 are north of the Farallon “equator”, and S1, S2 are south. (Feel free to reference “Sector N12, 204” if such granularity suits you.)
We go all the way from N39 to S19! 58 degrees or Farallonization! Bolinas Bay to Pedro Point!