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Panoramic Newfoundland

Experiments in panoramas with the iPhone

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Duleepa Wijayawardhana

May 28, 2015

There’s nothing like staring out over the ocean in Newfoundland. Oftentimes, it is a stark landscape of sea-battered rocks, salt spray stinging your face and a fierce wind howling around your ears. On rare occasions the fog bank that hovers menacingly to the east gets pushed even farther out to sea and blue sky shines bright. On these same occasions, it’s not uncommon to have gusts so hard that you can lean 45 degrees into the wind.

This past week, I was back home in Newfoundland and it was a rare sunny, clear and windy affair. I had wanted to experiment with some panoramas using my iPhone and am happy to post the results!

Please note, none of these have been modified in any way.

Cuckolds Cove, St. John's NL

Cuckolds Cove, St. John’s NL

Cuckolds Cove, St. John's NL

Cuckolds Cove, St. John’s NL

Cape Spear, NL

Cape Spear, NL

Cape Spear, NL

Cape Spear, NL

Cape Spear, NL

Cape Spear, NL

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