The following panoramas were taken using a variety of camera, including a 3.5 megapixel Exilim, and a 6 megapixel Pentax Optio. A Fluke hand held infrared pyrometer was used once--to check the temperature of the Pacific at Cannon Beach, before my daughter dived in. The ocean temperature on that August day was 43.5 degrees F. Then I lost the Fluke.

It looked like this:

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Columbia River


Ilwaco Beach, Washington  


Latourelle Falls near Portland  

Columbia River Gorge
Above Columbia River Gorge

Oregon Coast
Oregon Coast  

Mt. St. Helens
Mt. St. Helens, Washington  

Multnomah Falls
Above Multnomah Falls, Oregon

Mt. Rainier
On Mt. Rainier, Washington

Mt. Rainier
Mt.Rainier (2)  



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Flash and Quicktime

Columbia River across from Astoria, Oregon

Columbia River across from Astoria, Oregon (2)

Overlooking Columbia River east of Portland, OR

Ilwaco Beach, Washington

Latourelle Falls, east of Portland, Oregon.

Cannon Beach Oregon

Haystack Rock, Cannon Beach, Oregon

Mt. St. Helens, Washington

Sky over Mt. St. Helens, Washington, August 2005

Above Multnomah Falls east of Portland, Oregon

On Mt. Rainier (1)

On Mt. Rainier (2)



Here are a number of panoramas that were made using Flash MX as well as with Quicktime. The Oregon and Washington photos were taken with a small Canon XLM with a resolution of only 3.5 Megapixels.

The first two panoramas were made at the mouth of the Columbia River on the Washington side across from Astoria, Oregon. Again, the photos were taken with a Canon XLM.




















The panoramas of Ilwaco Beach, Washington and Cannon Beach, Oregon were taken with a Pentax MX using regular film. The panorama was stitched using both Realviz Stitcher and the Adobe Photoshop stitcher module.
















This panorama was taken at Canon Beach in early August, 2005 using a Pentax MX with ASA 100 film. Despite the water temperature being only 43.5 degrees F, a number of people, including my 10-year-old, ventured out into the surf.