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Panoramas are a fun way to capture a wide scene, from just a few frames to a full 180 or 360 degree view.
Central Park in New York City.Another view with a tilt shift effect.  http://tiltshiftmaker.com/A view of the east river in NYC.Shelter Cove on Long Island, New York.A view from the San Marcos Pass, a mountain pass in the Santa Ynez Mountains in California. On the way to Solvang, the pass connects Los Olivos and the Santa Ynez Valley with Santa Barbara, CaliforniaCachuma Lake, located off the scenic San Marcos Pass (Highway 154) in the Santa Ynez Valley. Cachuma Lake is midway between the beaches and bustle of Santa Barbara and the Danish Community of Solvang.The south fork of the American River, which originates in the high Sierra Nevada just west of Lake Tahoe, in the Tahoe and El Dorado National Forests.Artist's Pallet in Death ValleyZabriskie Point in Death ValleyTwenty Mule Team Canyon in Death Valley California.Caspers Wilderness Park in San Juan Capistrano California. An 8,000 acre protected wilderness preserve nestled among the river terraces and sandstone canyons of the western coastal Santa Ana MountainsThe Beautiful Dana Point Harbor.The Dana Point Headlands PreserveA 360 degree view from the Dana Point Headlands Nature Preserve.Ocean Way near Dana Point California.Another View of the Dana Point Harbor.After the 2007 Fire Storms.Heritage Park in Dana Point CaliforniaLaguna Beach at NightAbalone Cove in Pacific Palisades California