This one was comprised of about 87 overlapping photographs.
Eli took his new tripod, on a bitter cold day, and set it up on the “top tier” of cleared ground, capturing about 270 degrees of the scene.
Again, we used Hugin to stitch it together.
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The cameramen at work…
And lastly, here is the recorded “activity” in the new Home School software.
Loggers hard at work, clearing enough ground to build a road and level part of the mountain.
This photo is epic, considering the perspective of two youngsters overlooking that much mountain and trees and streams and huge equipment that looks like toys.
(Epic, adj, “Surpassing the usual or ordinary, particularly in scope or size”)
A view up the hill from the bottom.
And lastly, a view north where the road is planned to come in.